Clothing and fashion industry is one of the rapidly growing industries in the world. Clothing industry is one of the earliest industries that propelled industrial revolution in Britain but over the years, the industry has undergone dramatic changes to become one of the vibrant industries in the world today. Clothing and fashion industry is a multibillion industry that is employing millions of people all over the world right form primary producers of cotton, silk, and other raw materials to high street fashion retailers who sells finished clothing products. In the recent past, there have been increasing consumer concerns regarding the ethical practices in trade especially with the rising free and fair trade movement. The disparity in standards of living for individual involved in a particularly line of trade right especially with disparity between living standards of farmers of raw materials that support the industry and high street retailers who market finished products has been a matter of concerns. There are those who feel that it is unethical for an industry like clothing and fashion industry to depend on farmers who live under extreme poverty while middlemen in the industry make billions of dollars every month. Ethic practices in sourcing of raw material and in the whole supply chain is therefore crucial for growth of fashion industry and to ensure sustainability. High street fashion retailers can also operate in a commercial environment where they make profits but at the same time ensure that ethical practices are adhered to in the supply chain.