Mia Dress — Olive by Maqu at White Label Project
Mia Dress — Olive by Maqu at White Label Project
Mia Dress — Olive by Maqu at White Label Project
Mia Dress — Olive by Maqu at White Label Project

Mia Dress - Olive

Regular price 180.00 EUR Sale price159.00 EUR
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The Mia dress is handmade in Peru by fashion design brand Maqu. 

Featuring side slits and a deep round neckline, this Mia dress in Olive offers a subtle elasticity for enhanced comfort. Crafted from 100% Pima, a luxurious variety of cotton renowned for its softness, lightness, and stability, this garment exemplifies the values of sustainable non-fast fashion brands.

Pima cotton's exceptional qualities extend to its superior color absorption, vivid presentation, and enduring vibrancy without fading over time. More than just a style statement, this dress leverages Pima fibers to provide temperature balance and breathability, adapting to varying conditions by storing body heat in cold temperatures and regulating it in warmer settings. Notably, Pima cotton is gentle on sensitive skin, ensuring an exceptionally comfortable and soothing wearing experience. Opt for this dress for its commitment to quality, sustainability, and the well-being of the wearer.

Color variants: Olive, black

Material: 100% Pima cotton

Size: The Model is 1.75m tall and wears size XS / S.

We recommend a fine wash program at 30°, mild detergent, and a maximum spin speed of 600 rpm

Delivery within EU 3-5 days. Worldwide within 8-10 days. VAT is included in the price. Deliveries to non-EU countries might come with extra taxes and import duties that the customer must cover.

You can get a full refund for items returned by mail within 30 days of receiving them, excluding shipping costs. No refunds or exchanges are possible after 30 days from receipt.
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Meet Maqu

Marisa Fuentes Prado , the founder of Maqu experienced her grandmother's clothing production in Lima, Peru as a child. She developed by working with artists, taking photographs, painting, and having a fiery wish to design clothes. Her background is paved by a fashion degree; working in 2013 with her favorite designer, Henrik Vibskov in Copenhagen; and at Paris and Copenhagen Fashion Week.

She’s currently producing from Berlin, where she let inspirations from different parts of the world flow together into a lasting design in an open dynamic environment. Berlin witnessed Maqu’s first full collection in 2016. Since then, Maqu Green Project company was founded. Art, design, and practicality flow together with social and environmental sustainability. That’s why 100% of the brand's cotton is organically grown and GOTS-certified.

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