MJ Delaney’s film for Fashion Revolution highlights the lives of the people who make our clothes.
MJ Delaney is known for films he made for International Day of the Girl with Beyoncé and recreating the Wannabe Spice Girls film as a call to action for women’s rights. His new film for Fashion Revolution highlights the lives of the people who make our clothes, urging its viewers to ask brands: “Who made my clothes?”
‘He has fused the stories of the invisible people who make our clothes around the world, with mixed dance inspired by different cultures to raise awareness of the complex nature of the fashion industry.’
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Last modified: June 28, 2018