esa's grassroots movement to push the conversation about the

negative impacts of fast fashion. 


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esa's Fast Fashion Takedown is a grassroots movement to push the conversation about the negative impacts of the fashion industry. 

  *fast fashion: an approach to design, creation, and marketing of clothing fashions that emphasizes making fashion trends quickly and cheaply available to consumers (examples include H&M, Zara, Forever21, Primark, Mango and Topshop)

Consumers (whether you like fashion or not) are the ones with the power to demand change. Yes- that means YOU! You may feel small and like one purchase at a Zara or Forever21 won’t make a difference, but it does and we need your help. esa will provide you with the resources and research to decide where you feel you can shop consciously. We will educate you about the small and big lies that companies are telling, so that there is no excuse not to know. We will encourage you to think before you buy, to make what you have in your closet work, and to learn how to search for one-of-a kind vintage and used pieces. We will do all of the hard work for you so that everyone can feel equipped to make conscious decisions as easily as possible. You have the power to make a difference and we’d be honored to have you follow along and make our conversation louder!


  1. Push the term “Fast Fashion” and educate people about its implications

  2. Educate people about all aspects of the fashion industry

  3. Expose current Intellectual Property Theft issues and the needs for legislative reform

  4. Inspire consumers to LOOK at what they are contributing to and REALIZE that where they spend their money influences the global economy and functioning of the fashion industry

  5. Protect designers and all other employees in all companies (local and international, designers and producers) who are worked to the bone with little chance to breathe, live and create, naturally

  6. Create public awareness by presenting the evolution of how we got to where we are today in the industry and the things we can do to change it

  7. Minimize the fast fashion market and encourage consumers to genuinely and consciously choose value-driven purchases as their global responsibility

  8. Encourage people to demand transparency from companies 

  9. Make a long-lasting impact on purchasing decisions of consumers

  10. Make consumers feel connected to the fashion system: designers, brands, craftsmanship, process, creativity, hard work, impact, and self expression