The Mariana top is a collaborative project between Ukrainian fashion designer Mariana and Atalyé. This tencel top has Mariana’s photo printed on it, referencing the yellow and blue Ukrainian flag.
30€ profit will be made on each sale. Profits on this top will be divided equally between Mariana, an organization helping Ukrainian refugees here in the Netherlands, and Atalyé.
You can order this top until July 31th. All tops will be shipped the last week of August.
After you purchase the top, you will receive a link to get scanned at home. For more details on how to scan yourself at home, click here.
• Step 1: Click on the 'book a fitting' button to book a 3D body scan.
• Step 2: Get scanned at our Amsterdam studio
• Step 3: Pick an item you like and customize it.
• Step 4: After you purchased your item, it will take up to 10 working days to produce and ship it to your address.
We do not offer at home scanning.
We offer free delivery for all orders over 250€ within Europe
Delivery 1-3 working days.
7€ for orders under 250€.
Local pickup available in our Amsterdam Studio.
Delivery 1-10 working days.
15€ for orders under 250€.
The UK, Switzerland & Norway
Delivery 10-14 working days.
20€ for orders under 250€.
Import taxes will be applied and are determined by customs. We also do not cover or foresee customs handling fees for the UK, Switzerland and Norway.
How did this collaboration come along?
A background story...
Mariana had to leave her native country due to the war starting back in February, between Ukraine and Russia. She’s had to leave her husband and family there to continue building a future for herself. Moving to the Netherlands on her own has been, to say the least, a challenge.
We got in contact with Mariana, and saw a lot of similarities between her and Atalyé. She has worked for over 10 years in tailoring and pattern making. And of course, she’s an extremely courageous and creative woman.
We, therefore, saw an opportunity to use fashion as a force for good to raise awareness and funds to help her and other Ukrainians that have had to uproot from their native country and build a new future for themselves from scratch.
This photo is referencing the yellow and blue Ukrainian flag. The horizontal colors in the flag represent the fields of wheat and blue skies in the country. Mariana’s photo is also capturing this scenery but with the weight of war in the color tones and overall mood of the photo.
The photo printed on our Mariana top is a photo Mariana took a few weeks before leaving Ukraine. The land seen across the water is Romania, symbolizing a bordering land of peace and hope in this instance.