SAMPLE SALE

It’s back and better than ever! Get up to 80% off on selected items on current & past seasons as well as one-off samples.

Date: 5th August 2016 (Friday)
Time: 8am - 7:30pm
Venue: Mawi Studio, 2 Nimrod Passage, London, N1 4BU (Nearest station: Dalston Kingsland / Dalston Junction Overground)

RSVP HERE

Cash only, all sales final.

MAWI X SELFRIDGES The everybody project

Mawi Yoga Mat and Water Bottle

To celebrate the launch of the Body Studio, MAWI has once again teamed up with the iconic retail powerhouse Selfridges.

Celebrating an inclusive approach to wellness, the aim was to create an accessible collection of designer sports essentials in limited edition.

Exclusively designed for Selfridges, MAWI's yoga mat and water bottle incorporate the brand's iconic tribal undertones for a truly unique aesthetic. Whether you are hitting it hard at the gym or having your daily yoga practice, these sports-luxe essentials guarantee style, luxury and functionality.

As part of Project Ocean, 100% of the the profits from the sale of these reusable vessels is going towards protecting our precious oceans from overfishing and plastic pollution.

The range has been a huge success and the water bottle sold out in a few days. Get your own Mawi yoga mat here and water bottle here. Check out the everybody project here.

MAWI X SELFRIDGES BOMBAY ELECTRIC

To celebrate the V&A’s Fabric of India exhibition, cult concept store Bombay Electric has teamed up with retail powerhouse Selfridges creating a pop-up featuring vibrant ready-to-wear and unique collectibles.

As part of this project MAWI, alongside four other top British design houses including Mary Katrantzou and Roksanda, were each invited to create a limited-edition sari available exclusively from the Oxford Street department store. 

The MAWI sari itself was born from Mawi’s love and admiration for fun and playfulness. With nods to the Pop Art movement, the animated cartoon Superheroes that run through the delicate fabric are modernised by bright bursts of colour on stark black and dynamic shapes. Here, boundary-pushing design, wit and inventiveness – the vital elements of the MAWI aesthetic - provide an unexpected twist on traditionalism.