Each week we are going to speed date one of our inspiring brands so you can get to know them a little better. From how they started ...to what are their weirdest quirks, the challenges of running a business and...Favourite movie quotes.
This week we are speed dating Ahimsa Collective, new to the eco.mono, Ahimsa Collective was born out of the desire to look trendy AF (As co-founder Tessa would say) without wanting to blow up the world, because climate change is real people! Three young women with a goal to change the way people shop and to educate customers about eco-friendly fabrics. Ahimsa Collective use sustainable materials such as Pinatex® and Dead Stock fabrics.
We chatted with Megan and Sharna from The Fabric Social about what International Women's Day means to the fashion industry. Now, more than ever, there's a strong call-to-action to press forward and progress gender parity. There's a strong call to #PressforProgress motivating and uniting friends, colleagues and whole communities to think, act and be gender inclusive.
This week we welcomed another wonderful brand Tasi Travels
to the eco.mono family, their aesthetic and values align with ours perfectly, so when Founder Jess Abraham got in touch we were super stoked!
It's really important to us that our readers and customers know more about the people behind the clothes that we sell so we asked Jess to answer some questions for us.
This Black Friday, I am NOT running any sales or reducing any of our prices but what I am doing is for each and every sale we make between Friday 24th November - Friday 30th December I will donate $3.00 to Dressember.org
. Dressember is a collaborative movement leveraging fashion and creativity to restore dignity to all women.
Recently I reached out to a bunch of small businesses and together we are creating thank you boxes and sending them out to 10 other small business who have supported us on our small business journey