The essay "Fashion industry waste" explores the Fashion Industry and Throw Away Clothes. The job of creating clothes has now been majorly handed over to machines that produce optimum result by the minute. What used to be created in a matter of days has come to minutes. Although this idea has helped to make clothes accessible to people from every type of society, the negative impact is seen when we realize how much clothes may get wasted when we create them in bulks. It’s understandable that when there is demand, there is supply but not every piece of clothing makes its way into wardrobes. Fashion changes by the hour. It doesn’t take much time for the red to become the new black and subsequently, the orange to become the new red. What may be the “in” piece of clothing may not be in the limelight after a few hours. In such circumstances, large piles of clothes, which may never see the light of the day, may be found in dumpsters in landfill sites. But this category can also include clothes that have been worn a lot or very little due to the aforementioned issue of fashion change. Similarly, people tend to throw out piece of clothing on slightest of issue like for example, if a shirt has lost a button or has caught a stain that can’t be removed, it’s liable to see its way to a dumpster. It is estimated that 14.3 million tons of textiles were produced in 2012, or 5.7 percent of total municipal solid waste (MSW) generation. Many of these were dumped into landfill sites or were incinerated.