We are mindful of our responsibilities towards the environment we live in, our friends, daughters, and future generations. We work to make sure that nobody is ever enslaved for the sake of your style. Fully transparent, we work closely with our tailors to produce our pieces ethically so that our customers can consume them consciously. In this way, we hope to generate financial, social, and environmental abundance. We are all in this together, creating a collective mindset that we hope will go on to touch many other industries and lives.
The Makola saleswomen traded in Dutch Wax Print fabric, giving each pattern a name and a story that wove them into African life and culture. In doing so, they created an entire industry. Since the inception of Maakola, it has been clear to us that we owe our existence to these women from a century ago, and the hundreds of women who followed: to our tailors, to Maakola’s team members and ambassadors, and finally to our customers.
Even if we have nothing else in common, we all deeply share the most important thing: every choice and action we make is a contribution to collective progress.