Fashion has long been about glitz, glamour, drama and setting trends. For a long time fashion designers have achieved this glamour with the use of leather, fur, silk, cashmere, wool, angora and other fabrics made from the skin and hair of animals. In recent years however, fashion has been increasingly moving towards sustainability. Top fashion designers, discount chains and even couture designers are creating eco-friendly clothing lines. These lines are usually not about wearing hemp sacks or other boring looks. Instead, designers are creating beautiful looks that allow the fashion conscious to look stylish and polished while putting environmental and social responsibility first. The eco-clothing industry is making moves on several fronts: making clothing out of environmentally sensitive fabrics, choosing responsible production methods that reduce carbon footprints and making new clothing from old outfits.