Sustainability at Miokana: Focus on Quality

Sustainability is not the goal, it’s a culture.

Our mission is to develop holistic products and services that nurture the soul, nature, communities and fulfill their function.

Rebellious, contemporary, free-spirited, energetic –  we are driven by exploring the essence of movement, different cultures and modern spirituality. We love being citizens of this earth and exploring everything it has to offer – like art, gastronomy and design. We have an insatiable desire to explore more, gain inspiration and become better versions of ourselves.

Sustainability is the core of our brand and how we envision ourselves and our time here. For us, it’s all about making decisions with love and consideration for our planet and the people. We are just at the beginning of our sustainability journey, but we will always be committed to doing better. Our aim is to grow our market share as a sustainable brand.

Sustainable materials

Since the beginning, our design ethos has always put longevity first. We favour enduring style over passing trends. Every piece should have a long lifespan. We want you to be wearing our clothes ten years from now.

Buy better, keep forever ‐ this is our hope.

We combine this approach to design with a focus on sustainable fabrics and material innovation. Right now we are focusing on using organic cotton, viscose, silk and modal. Our aim is to use more and more recycled fabrics. 

Sustainable Packaging

Products with this icon are wrapped in either paper bags or paper boxes. The paper bags containing our underwear and the boxes containing our classic styles, are all consciously made from FSC certified paper, which means paper from responsible sources supporting the growth of responsible forest management. Using the FSC paper bags and the paper boxes minimize the use of polybags in packing.

Made in Poland

Products with this icon are made in Poland.

Producing in Europe ensures that local labour laws and sustainability standards are respected. Proximity is convenient and transport routes are kept short minimizing CO2 emissions and long lead times.