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Makia has worked together with Ateneum Art Museum and Finnish National Gallery on a unisex clothing collection featuring the artwork of the Von Wright brothers. With this collaboration, we want to highlight the cultural significance of the Von Wright brothers’ art and introduce it to both new and old audiences, in an unseen context.
Something that many of us can relate to during the past months have been solitary walks around the city, with time to reflect on thoughts and sights usually bypassed by the sheer pace of today’s life.
The Lasipalatsi building complex, where our Flagship store is situated in the center of Helsinki, has a long history.
Makia and Finnish fashion house Ivana Helsinki have worked together on a women’s collection celebrating the 20th anniversary of Ivana’s original camping themed collection that was first introduced to the public in 2000.
The Havis Amanda (Also known as Manta) fountain statue was erected in 1908 at the Market Square of Helsinki Harbour and is one of our city’s most beloved pieces of art.
Following the initiative from our good friends at Billebeino, Makia is donating 15% of our sales for...
For the Spring / Summer 2020 season we are introducing a pattern featuring coltsfoot (‘leskenlehti’ in Finnish).
Through the rough seas – the core ideology of Makia. To us, it has always meant getting through the struggles of life, big and small. Never before has it rung truer than now.
As a part of our on going efforts towards more sustainable business, we are happy to announce that 46% of the SS20 collection is made from GOTS certified organic cotton. Read more about how organic cotton can help to preserve the environment.
Sunday March 8th is the International Women’s Day. To celebrate we are taking a small trip down the memory lane by sharing a brief history of our women’s collection.