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The initial idea of Makia was to bring easily approachable quality clothes to its customers, at fair prices.
As any production house starting from nothing, we’ve had our share of challenges along the way. Over the years, the quality of our garments has improved hand-in-hand with our production processes and to keep on doing so, we as a company, have reviewed our values and decided to end all discounted pricing of Makia goods.
This will not only help keep our pricing at a level, where we can keep producing our clothes ethically and ecologically, but will also reinforce our philosophy of producing quality clothes, to last over seasonal trends, for years to come.
On Wednesday, 23.9.2020 Makia closed down its website and flagship store for the day to address responsibility and sustainability issues regarding the clothing industry and consumption habits.
Getting to enjoy the sea in all its glory is one thing, but equally important it is to give back to our source of life.
Sacha Remling is a Helsinki streetwear aficionado currently residing in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and working for Makia as a freelance foreign correspondent. Now that our collaboration with We Got Beef is out, it was timely to chat on past, present, and future.