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Mayamico

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Established by Paola Masperi, Mayamiko is an ethical and sustainable womenswear and lifestyle brand, producing clothes, accessories and homeware, designed and made in Malawi.

Mayamiko’s collections are cross-seasonal and are inspired by African artisanal traditions and prints, with ethical trading and sustainability. One of Mayamiko principles is not only creating sustainable and fashionable clothes but also using their business to train, employ and support disadvantaged members of the communities.

Garments made by the Mayamiko production unit have been featured on Vogue, Grazia, Cosmopolitan and on the Guardian website.

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Head Office Address:
Flat 1, 136-137 Shoreditch High Street, London E1 6JE
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Company Information
Segments / Shopping Categories:

Womenswear; Accessories; Bags; Jewellery

Payment Methods:

Debit card; Credit card; Apple Pay; Google Pay; PayPal

Delivery Options:

Standard delivery

Key Countries Shipped To:

UK; EU

Inseason Full-price: Yes
Key Executives
Founder: Paola Masperi

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