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Fashion Revolution Week 2024 Sandy Snoots

Who made your dog's clothes?

Who made your dog's clothes?

Sandy Snoots steps up for Fashion Revolution Week

It's been 11 years since the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh. On 24 April 2013, this preventable tragedy killed and injured thousands of garment workers who made clothes for dozens of best-selling fashion brands. The victims were mostly young women. It remains one of the world's worst industrial accidents to date.

Since the accident there has been a lot of positive change. However, human rights abuses and environmental degradation remains rife across the global fashion industry.

"It isn't enough just looking for quality in the products we buy, we must insist that there is quality in the lives of the people making them." - Orsola de Castro

This Fashion Revolution Week 2024, we're helping to promote supply chain transparency in the dog fashion industry by replying to the question "who made your dog's clothes?" 

Who made your dog's rashie?

Ever wondered who made your Sandy Snoots dog rashie? These babes did! Michelle did the binding and overlocking, Bronwyn cut the fabric and Veena added the premium Jet zipper.

Our iconic dog rashies are proudly made right here in our hometown of Brisbane, Queensland. These talented women have made a lot of dog rashies over the years, and we wouldn't be here without them!

Who made your dog's hoodie?

We know you can't wait to get your paws on our hot new collection of dog hoodies. If you're wondering who's making them, it's the gorgeous Vanny from LP Garments!

LP Garments is a small family-owned business based in Melbourne’s southeast. We chose to partner with them to create a range of Sandy Snoots products because they're accredited by Ethical Clothing Australia. It means their business’ manufacturing operations are audited from design to dispatch to ensure workers are being paid appropriately, receiving all their legal entitlements and working in safe conditions. 

Be a Fashion Revolutionary!

Join the Fashion Revolution by asking the brands you love "who made my clothes?" and "who made my dog's clothes?" By asking this important question, we can encourage brands to take responsibility for their supply chains and ensure fair labour practices and sustainable production. 

If you'd like to read more about the Fashion Revolution, visit www.fashionrevolution.org