Ethical Fashion Favourite eco.mono is holding a popup store during Fashion Revolution

Kira Simpson

Ethical Fashion online store eco.mono will be hosting their first ever pop-up shop during Fashion Revolution Week.

The pop-up shop, which opens on April 24th, Fashion Revolution Day, will showcase brands who are leading the way in ethical women’s fashion.

From locally made and natural fabrics, to transparent ethical supply chains, and brands creating training and employment opportunities for conflict-affected communities.

ecomono popup store

"Dedicated to selling ethical sustainable clothing in various hues of black, white & grey."

ecomono popup store

Eco.mono will be donating $5 from each sale during the pop-up to the Fashion Revolution Campaign, as well as launching a tote bag collaboration with Melbourne based designer Lois Hazel with all profits going to the campaign.

Lois and Sam; Founder of eco.mono, hope to raise $1000 from the collaboration.

 “the bag is made from deadstock japanese cotton denim, Lois and I wanted to raise money for a campaign that is close to both our hearts and using the deadstock fabric was a bonus. Lois and her team have made each bag from her Brunswick based studio”.

Eco.mono Pop-up: 157 Elgin St, Carlton VIC 3053

April 24th – May 6 2018

  • Monday – Friday 10:00 – 20:00
  • Saturday: 9:00 – 18:00
  • Sunday 10:00 – 16:00
  • Anzac Day 13:00 – 20:00

Images via eco.mono

Kira Simpson

Kira Simpson is a sustainability advocate, climate optimist and founder, and editor of The Green Hub. Her own sustainable living journey began five years ago when she realised our choices matter. What we eat, where we shop, what we wear, how we live, these choices have the power to shape the kind of world we want to live in. Since launching The Green Hub in 2016 she has grown the blog to become a platform for sustainable fashion and conscious living helping people make lifestyle choices which are kinder to the planet.