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Remake empowers female garment workers by revealing the dark sides of the fashion industry. They are a nonprofit that believes fashion can be a force for good.

With firsthand documentary footage and stories, Remake makes the invisible women who power the fashion industry from Mexico to Sri Lanka visible.

Made In Mexico follows fashion activist Amanda Hearst and students from Parsons School of Fashion, California College of the Arts and Duke University as they get to know Reina, Oliva and other fierce women behind our fast fashion labels.

They provide resources on quitting fast fashion through local events, product guides from their Remake-approved brands list that respects women and the planet, and an Ambassador program.

Since their inception, REMAKE has been urging people to think about those who make our clothes with their #WearYourValues campaign.

From New York to Los Angeles, we have collaborated with C.Mota Studio and PBLK SRVC on the First-Responder Series—repurposed, first-responder uniforms that represent “making fashion a force for good.” This is the motto of REMAKE, the nonprofit where 15% of proceeds from the series will be donated to.

The series is comprised of three uniform pieces, each incorporating the message to unfollow mass production and overconsumption, an idea that C. Mota Studio founders, Carla Mota and Jay Troupe firmly stand behind.