The brand is an advocate for the ethical and transparent manufacturing of sustainable and environmentally friendly garments.
The pop-up will sell local and international designers taking steps towards reshaping the fashion industry by creating training and employment opportunities for conflict-affected communities.
Designers include Bon Label, Dorsu, Ellis Resin, Greedy Lui, Hara, James & Co, Kowtow, Omzii, Outland Denim, Pinky & Kamal, The Fabric Social, The MNML, Theo The Label and Uncle May.
Eco.mono has also partnered with Melbourne designer Lois Hazel to launch a tote bag made entirely from deadstock (unused) Japanese cotton denim.
For every sale, eco.mono will donate $5 to the Fashion Revolution Campaign.
Tue to Fri 10am–8pm
Anzac Day 1pm–8pm (April 25)