Fashion & textile is the second largest polluting industry in the world. The goal of sustainable fashion is to create a system which can be supported indefinitely in terms of human impact on the environment and social responsibility. Let us stop and think about fashion’s environmental impact and as consumers, we need to shop less (avoid impulsive buys), educate ourselves (and others) about manufacturing & production and prioritize ethical designers in our closets.
“Let’s Sustain Fashion”
Aloke kumar Singh & Neil Andrew Robinson started their venture with ESEDS(Eco-avid School of Ethical Design Studies) to spread more awareness on Sustainability & Ethical production. They started teaching sustainable fashion & interior design and soon after, they began working on their sustainable brand Mirconesium.
“practice what you preach”
Micronesium makes bold, fashion forward & unisex clothing, completely sustainable, ethically produced & customizable.
Very few designers in India make such clothing suited for both the genders. Also, they have recently launched a unisex bag collection made out of pure leather & textured Fabric.
These smart pair of pants are made out of indigenous cotton giving it such a beautiful texture and feel.
The sustainable fashion label – Micronesium plays with subtle neutral colours palate giving you a space to experiment more with your ensemble.
This black-grey dress is part of their military inspired collection. The unique pattern of the dress gives you a feeling of layers without having one. Perfect for when you want to dress it up in such humid weather in most parts of India.
All their garments are naturally dyed. Aloke & Neil personally like to travel all over the country to find sustainably produced textiles.
They make each clothing with utmost love, care & perfection. You know the moment you see that little detailing even at the back of the dress.
We need more such designers & artists who take that extra effort towards sustaining our fashion industry.
P.S: They are opening their retail store attached to their school, post monsoon. I was lucky to get a glimpse of it and trust me, you are in for a treat!