Want to wear this season's top trends without the guilty conscience?
From major luxury houses such as Stella McCartney, to high street staples like H&M and Mango, clothing and accessories brands are picking up the pace when it comes to more culturally conscious collections.
But, of course, doing 'the right thing' isn't always as black and white as we'd hope, and ethical collections don't always mean sustainable ones.
Just because an item has been ethically made (which essentially means there has been no harm, physically or mentally, to human or animal welfare) does not necessarily make it sustainable (able to be recreated and replenished countless times with no effect on the environment).
If fur is killing animals and faux-fur is killing the planet, what on earth should you do?
Check out the best sustainable brands to shop right now, and scroll down to discover the five ethical brands we've got our eye on this year...