E M M E x FASHION REVOLUTION
#WHOMADEMYCLOTHES Fashion Revolution is a global movement calling for greater transparency, sustainability and ethics in the fashion industry. The EMME Team stands with this movement and their beliefs in sustainable action, human rights, fair wage and transperancy in the industry.
All our items are made in our Brooklyn Studio. Our production runs for department stores are manufactured locally. We are strict on our minimal waste policy and are always trying to find ways to re-invent "leftovers" and "scrap" material and turn them into fabulous fashions!
We want to unite the fashion industry and ignite a revolution to radically change the way our clothes are sourced, produced and purchased, so that what the world wears has been made in a safe, clean and fair way.
On 24 April 2013, the Rana Plaza building in Bangladesh collapsed. 1,138 people died and another 2,500 were injured, making it the fourth largest industrial disaster in history.
That’s when Fashion Revolution was born.
There were five garment factories in Rana Plaza all manufacturing clothing for big global brands. The victims were mostly young women.
Learn more and Join the Pro-Fashion Protest at http://fashionrevolution.org/
E M M E x SLOW FACTORY FOUNDATION
Good for the Earth,
Good for the People.
Emmerich is proud to serve on the Board of Directors for the Slow Factory Foundation.
Slow Factory Foundation is dedicated to improving sustainability literacy in fashion.
Using a holistic, human-centered approach, we bridge science, human rights, technology, fashion & culture to develop products, resources and certifications for industry and consumers alike.
E M M E x STUDY HALL EARTH
"Study Hall : Sustainability as a Culture”, the fourth in its critically-acclaimed conference series Study Hall. Hot on the heels of a successful partnership with the United Nations in February, the first international edition was held in London UK at Central Saint Martins college of art and design, in collaboration with Fashion Revolution. The event took place during Fashion Revolution Week, on the 6th anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse.
As with previous Study Hall events, Study Hall x Central Saint Martins gathered leading industry experts in fashion and textile manufacturing, paired with cultural influencers, academics, activists and artists. Study Hall continues to be among the most culturally diverse events of its kind, this time exploring the central theme of “Sustainability as a Culture”, and themes of racial justice, responsible sourcing and manufacturing, circularity, and authenticity in design. Study Hall x Central Saint-Martins is powered by G-Star Raw, adidas, and Calik Denim, Youtube.
SPECIAL PRESENTATION: LIVE RADIO
WED SEPT. 11, 7PM NYC TIME
AND THEN FOREVER ON THE INTERNET
Expanding on themes of Sustainability as a Culture explored at our recent London Study Hall: environmental racism, cultural appropriation, diversity & inclusion in the sustainable fashion space.
MRIGA KAPADIYA NORBLACK NORWHITE; INDIA & CANADA
THANU YAKUPITIYAGE DJ USHKA, BAD BROWN AUNTIES; SRI LANKA & THAILAND
JAZERAI ALLEN-LORD CRUSH & LOVELY; USA
KORINA EMMERICH EMME; PUYALLUP TRIBE OF THE COAST SALISH TERRITORY
CÉLINE SEMAAN STUDY HALL; LEBANON & CANADA
STUDY HALL EARTH, CLIMATE POSITIVITY AT SCALE, 2020
E M M E x SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
EMME stands with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The world's best plan to build a better world for people and our planet by 2030. Adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015, the SDGs are a call for action by all countries - poor, rich and middle-income - to promote prosperity while protecting the environment.
Image by Roxy Romero, all rights reserved.
E M M E x INDIGENOUS KINSHIP COLLECTIVE