Our Story

Have you felt, at times, broken down by life's challenges?

We have... but we made some changes and we want to share them with you! And that is our mission!

We want to empower women to accept themselves with their imperfections and limitations. We encourage 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 with that ownership, to claim their strength. We hope our clothing will remind women of their strengths and unique gifts. You can transform your life into a joyful and rich experience, regardless of what has happened in the past.
Our Kintsugi Collection's Message
In Japanese culture, broken vessels are not discarded or rejected; rather, they are 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 thrown away but rather an opportunity to improve and transform. This art form says that through the process of mending, we become even more lovely and exceptional than before. Our apparel is an interpretation of this revered Japanese art. We hope to inspire women as they wear our pieces, as well as inspire those who see our attire on them. You'll discover a meaningful and wearable message behind our designs.
The #WeAreKintsugi Blog
We will share stories of ordinary women who went through obstacles and hardships, but today are joyful and living a fulfilling life. They view their past circumstances as the building blocks for the remarkable self that they are
now. We aim to inspire and motivate! Let's build a community where we support and empower each other and give hope during hard times. We believe we are better together. If you have an inspiring story to share, please
contact us at info@mikahfashion.com

Introducing our Mosaic Collection
There are many ways to heal. Our Mosaic Collection tells a similar story of Kintsugi. We all break but we can put our pieces together and be more unique and more special than before. We are all a work in progress. We can mend ourselves and reinvent ourselves. Then we must appreciate who we have become. We must celebrate our imperfections, because they are exactly what makes us more special!