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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.
Since our first collection, we’ve always had it in our minds that women need to be able to wear our clothes, and quickly they did with our unisex-like styles such as the Raglan Parka. A few years rolled by and our products became increasingly popular with the girls.
Image from our very first catalogue, featuring the Original Raglan Parka
One of our brand’s largest retailers, Stockmann, requested Makia to produce a women’s line exclusively for them. This made it easy for us to take the leap and produce our most popular styles in women’s sizes and fits.
Makia Women SS18
Since its launch in 2011, the ladies’ collection has seen the streets of Tokyo and London, while growing into a comprehensive selection of nordic essentials for the girls, with the addition of a footwear line, and a girl’s exclusive collaboration being introduced for this spring. Today, the women’s collection is our fastest growing product category.
See more images from our women’s collections throughout the years below.
Photographers : Juha Mustonen, Kimmo Syväri, Osmo Puupera, Mikko Ryhänen
Makia, WeGotBeef and King’s Sex joined forces to support the well-being of the elderly people of Punavuori.
The Ateneum is Finland’s best-known art museum and the home of Finnish art. Makia is proud to have Ateneum prepare a very special exhibition into their Fokus Gallery. It displays the artwork behind our MAKIA X Von Wright collaboration.
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.