Susan B. Kaiser, a fashion expert, claims that everyone is “forced to seem” unmediated in front of others.  Colors, fabrics, silhouette, and how garments appear on the body are all factors that influence how people are judged by their clothing. Garments that are same in style and material appear differently based on the wearer’s body shape, as well as whether they have been washed, folded, patched, or are brand new.
Fashion is a type of self-expression and autonomy expressed through clothing, footwear, lifestyle, accessories, makeup, hairdo, and body posture in a specific time and place and in a specific environment. The phrase refers to a look that is now popular in the fashion business. The fashion system makes anything that is considered fashionable available and popular (industry and media).
Sustainability has become an essential problem among governments, brands, and consumers as a result of greater mass-production of commodities and clothes at reduced prices and a worldwide reach.