In May 2021, Bethany won a £200,000 award for her pioneering work from the British Fashion Council/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund. Speaking after that win, she said: “As designers, we are problem-solvers. We want to provide an alternative system for fashion production, as we believe fashion’s reflection upon the world can create positive change.”
Dr Jules Findley, Principal Lecturer in the University of Brighton's School of Art and Media, said: “At the University of Brighton we teach sustainability and responsible thinking on all our design courses, particularly in Fashion, Textiles and 3D Design Crafts, where change is accelerating due to climate change. Circular loops and recycling are taught so that students are aware of the important issues around fashion and textiles.