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Wear Your Clothes Inside Out: The Fashion Statement That Shows You Care On Fashion Revolution Day

24/04/2015 17:37 BST | Updated 01/09/2015 09:59 BST

Social media has been swamped with images of people wearing their clothes inside out - and no they didn't all get dressed in the dark this morning.

Nor is it the latest wacky hipster trend. People are purposefully showing their labels to make a worthwhile fashion statement - to call for a more ethical clothing supply chain on Fashion Revolution Day.

Stella McCartney, showed her support for the campaign by sharing an Instagram photo of her wearing a jacket from her own collection inside out and back to front, with the label prominently displayed.

She captioned the image: "Show your label and ask #whomademyclothes for Fashion Revolution Day!"

Show your label and ask #whomademyclothes for Fashion Revolution Day! #FashRev @fash_rev

A photo posted by Stella McCartney (@stellamccartney) on

Model Lily Cole, showed her support in a different way by sharing a photo of herself holding the campaign's logo:

Fashion Revolution Day -- ask brands #whomademyclothes !

A photo posted by lily cole (@lilycole) on

Fashion Revolution Day marks the date two years ago when a garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh, killing more than 1,100 people and injuring another 2,500.

"We believe in a fashion industry that values people, the environment, creativity and profit in equal measure,” states the campaign website.

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Fashion writer Christobel Hastings has been helping to spread the campaign's message.

"If our clothes could talk though, those memories would reveal things we probably wouldn't ever be likely to forget," she writes in a blog for Huff Post UK.

"Turning a blind eye to the problems doesn't dissolve our accountability - and I, for one, don't want to be prettily attired at any cost.

"That's why Fashion Revolution is asking us to bottle our curiosity, and keep it within grasp. We can choose to look at the social responsibility pages of our favourite high street retailers.

"By participating in Fashion Revolution Day, we can choose to show we care about the welfare of workers, the origins of our clothes, and the future of our fashion."

To find out more about the campaign visit fashionrevolution.org or follow them on Twitter and Instagram.

Scroll down to see more photos shared on Fashion Revolution Day 2015:

#whomademyclothes #fashionrevolution @zara_worldwide 👏👏👏 Two years of #ranaplaza

A photo posted by Eva Rojikova (@ewiskaa) on

#whomademyclothes #fashionrevolutionday #koitointer

A photo posted by Gabriel (@gabrielsdv) on

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