At Workspace Collective, you don’t just buy a shirt, coat, bracelet or bar of soap; you buy a story.
It’s a tale of artisanship, stewardship, sustainability and transparency. The story includes who made the item and where the materials came from to make it.
The Fashion Revolution is a global movement advocating for change and transparency in the clothing industry. The campaign targets all fashion designers, manufacturers and sellers — big and small.
The Workspace Collective, a small shop tucked into the back of the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut offices on Main Street in Danbury, features local designers, artisans and makers. It stands firmly behind the Fashion Revolution and its “Who Made My Clothes” and “I Made Your Clothes” mantras.