PURPOSE

Miko Lolo is pillared on sustainable yet fun, beautiful outfits for tiny tots. 

We take pride in our production process which is absolutely environment friendly. All our products are made with GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified organic cotton, printed by certified vendors. We strongly  believe in the concept of slow fashion. For each collection we develop unique, theme-based prints. 

Each detail on our garment is carefully hand-stitched at our studio in Mumbai, India, under fair working conditions. Furthermore, we practice a zero waste policy. All ‘waste’ fabric is upcycled into fun accessories like scrunchies, hairbands, cord keepers, pouches, and bibs. Our price tags are made of cotton fabric scraps infused with basil seeds, so you can grow your own basil plant, instead of throwing the tag in the trash! Miko Lolo’s mission is to give the little ones the best option for their well-being while ensuring a beautiful outfit for their day out.

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BRAND STORY

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Born out of curiosity and research regarding the textile industry and the repercussions of the fast fashion industry, there was a need to reboot and re-start. This information came through various industry experiences and how there was a crisis in hand, which needed to be tackled. Be it gender equality, safe working spaces, collective collaborations or responsible consumption and production. WeAreLabeless’ was born, as a conscious hub for all practices related to ethical and sustainable fashion, with an aim to move away from the fast paced manufacturing and consumption. Working towards creating fashion beyond vanity and connecting people whilst creating products. ‘WeAreLabeless’ works towards connecting artisans and craftsmen from the subcontinent of India and trying to make its supply chain more inclusive and create products with value These products consisted of handloom clothing, accessories, and shoes.

The brand focuses on the policy of zero waste production, where all the waste that is generated
while production, smaller bits of fabrics are utilised to make accessories like earrings, key-chains, ties, belts and patched pieces of clothing. Scraps that are too small to be used, go into the earrings.Therefore, nothing is really wasted.

SUPER HUMANS

Akansha, a textile designer from Mumbai started Miko Lolo right out of college, at 22. She always had a flair for prints and colours, and I wanted to create something different for the kids. Something she didn’t have growing up. Girls don’t have to wear pinks or barbies, and boys don’t have to wear blues and blacks with superheroes on them. Keeping in mind these aesthetics, as well as the need for businesses to be ethical and answerable to future generations and the planet, gave birth to Miko Lolo : clothes that look good and feel great.

Purpose

Miko Lolo is pillared on sustainable yet fun, beautiful outfits for tiny tots. 

We take pride in our production process which is absolutely environment friendly. All our products are made with GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified organic cotton, printed by certified vendors. We strongly  believe in the concept of slow fashion. For each collection we develop unique, theme-based prints. 

Each detail on our garment is carefully hand-stitched at our studio in Mumbai, India, under fair working conditions. Furthermore, we practice a zero waste policy. All ‘waste’ fabric is upcycled into fun accessories like scrunchies, hairbands, cord keepers, pouches, and bibs. Our price tags are made of cotton fabric scraps infused with basil seeds, so you can grow your own basil plant, instead of throwing the tag in the trash! Miko Lolo’s mission is to give the little ones the best option for their well-being while ensuring a beautiful outfit for their day out.

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Super Human

Akansha, a textile designer from Mumbai started Miko Lolo right out of college, at 22. She always had a flair for prints and colours, and I wanted to create something different for the kids. Something she didn’t have growing up. Girls don’t have to wear pinks or barbies, and boys don’t have to wear blues and blacks with superheroes on them. Keeping in mind these aesthetics, as well as the need for businesses to be ethical and answerable to future generations and the planet, gave birth to Miko Lolo : clothes that look good and feel great.