Abstract:

Today is the age of fashion. We people consume large quantity of cloths per year. American peoples expense for clothing more than our income for a year. Due to increasing demand and to the higher profit resulting from the sale of products with environmental benefit, a new trend is gaining ground, green marketing. In this article, I would like to express that apparel is for life but life is not for apparel.


Introduction:


When people hear the term "ethical clothing", they are not really sure what it means. And really, there isnt a tried-and-true definition of what ethical clothing is. My take on ethical clothing is that it means a lot of things, and its a concept I wanted to explore a bit today. Ethical clothing represents an approach to the design, sourcing and manufacture of clothing which maximizes benefits to people and communities while minimizing impact on the environment. According to Collins English Dictionary "If you describe something as ethical, you mean that it is morally right or morally acceptable."


Again the meaning of ethical goes beyond doing no harm, representing an approach which strives to take an active role in poverty reduction, sustainable livelihood creation, minimizing and counteracting environmental concerns. Basic discussion: We are one large manufacturer of apparel in the world. But the present scenario of this is very miserable. We saw that many workers died in garments industry for violating compliance. We also pollute our environment without any thinking. So, our produced apparel isnt ethically produced. Few days ago we observed an unforgettable tragedy. i.e., Rana plaza collapse.


On 24 April 2013, an eight-storied commercial building, Rana Plaza, collapsed in Savar, a sub-district in the Greater Dhaka Area, the capital of Bangladesh. The search for the dead ended on 13 May with the death total of 1,129. Approximately 2,500 injured people were rescued from the building alive. It is considered to be the deadliest garment-factory accident in history, as well as the deadliest accidental structural failure in modern human history.


Alongside we observed Tajrin tragedy. It crosses the limits of humanity.


At least 120 workers have been killed in a blaze that gutted a garment factory in Bangladesh. The fire broke out late on Saturday in the Ashulia industrial district, just outside of the capital, Dhaka. It started in the cotton warehouse on the second floor of the eight-storey Tajrin garment factory and rapidly spread. Police say about 1,000 workers were trapped inside. 3,000 escaped. Firefighters took nearly five hours to put out the flames and bring down all the stranded workers. To follow this path we should have knowledge about ethical clothing production. Now I would like to discuss about the ethical apparel production. There are three ways of managing the sustainable approach in the ethical production sector.