Fashion Revolution Week is here!
Fashion Revolution Week falls on the anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse, which tragically killed 1,138 people and injured many more on 24 April 2013. That is the day Fashion Revolution was born.
Fashion Revolution unites people and organisations to radically change the way clothes are sourced, produced and consumed, so that clothing across the globe is made in a safe, clean and fair way. Cue proudly supports this movement.
Established in 1968, Cue is Australian owned by the family who started it all and we are still designing and making garments right here in Australia.
“Cue is there for every woman’s milestone moments from graduations, first interviews, job promotions, to engagements and weddings - we hope our designs bring a smile to people’s faces.” Toni - Patternmaker
We are honoured to be accredited with Ethical Clothing Australia, who tell us we are the largest local manufacturer of fashion in Australia, a responsibility we take seriously. Ethical Clothing Australia ensure we have taken practical steps so that the Australian workers involved in making our designs receive fair wages and work in good conditions.
“By having local design and production teams, we are able to respond immediately to current fashion trends and the needs of our customers. It also keeps jobs in Australia!” Melinda - Design Room Manager
Shop Made in Australia
We can’t create everything locally, so a selection of our designs are made off-shore. We believe in accountability and caring for each person who comes in contact with our garments. For this reason, we regularly use external auditors to monitor both on-shore and off-shore partnerships. With over 30 years of working together, we count all of our manufacturers as part of our extended family!
During Fashion Revolution Week and beyond, we encourage you to look at your garment labels and ask the question: who made my clothes?