…to deem anything as “ethical” comes with a series of implicit values, cultural perceptions and sustainable thoughts. Because of the subjectivity in the word “ethical” make it more explicit by the term “sustainable fashions.” Sustainable means something that does not deplete through material extraction, does not exhaust through production and does not pollute through either of the above, and can act as the raw materials for a new product when it reaches the end of its life. Basically a circular economy of “cradle to cradle” production. From raw material extraction to the production of textile fibres, the industry’s upstream processes rely heavily on our world’s finite resources including land, water, and energy. Once designs are brought to life, the impact of the fast-fashion model of production and consumption is apparent in the growing volume of low-quality apparel that quickly becomes textile waste, for which there are limited positive end-of-life solutions.