In Japanese culture, pottery that break is not discarded, rather it is repaired with lacquer and gold or silver. The end result is more beautiful, valuable, and stronger than the original. The message is that broken is not a reason to be discarded; but rather an opportunity to improve. A message that through the process of mending, we become even more beautiful, valuable and unique than before. The art is called Kintsugi.
After 25 years as a marketer with expertise in Ethics and Compliance, Miriam Grunhaus, native of Brazil, entered the world of Fashion Design. Miriam’s commitment is to the women she serves. After learning about Kintsugi and being empowered by its message, Miriam decided that her brand will be a source of hope and friendship to women.
Mikah’s mission is to empower women to accept themselves along with their imperfections and limitations. We want women to “wear their scars” with pride, to understand that each one of us is a unique work in progress. We want women to know they are beautiful, not despite their circumstances, but because of them. We want to empower women to own their struggles, and in doing so, to own their strength.
Fabric Made in Italy
Production Made in Portugal
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