About

MarkoMiles 2018

We are excited to re-launch with a ready-made, ethically produced mini collection for 2018. Not only is our new range of babywearing and nursing garments at a more affordable price point but we are able to offer our customers $15 worldwide shipping, lay-buy and garments which are 100% animal product free.

New Zealand Designer, Aleshia Reinartz, has kept true to the functionality and aesthetic loved in the founding coat but has pushed it's design further with innovative fabrics and custom accessories. 

Production

After relocating to Singapore, Aleshia has been able to connect with two ethically focused manufacturers in Asia to build solid partnerships for the 2018 re-launch. 

For our babywearing garments we are excited to work with the team at Sonica Sarna located in New Delhi, India. Her company focuses on fair trade production while teaching skills and offering employment to underprivileged women in her area. With each purchase of a babywearing product our customers will receive a drawstring bag made by the women at Sonica Sarna's #projecthrive.

As for our nursing tops we have chosen to work with Katariina's team at Survival the Brand in Bali, Indonesia. The experienced seamstresses in her team work independently to determine the price and time needed for their work ensuring they receive a fair wage. 

Shipping

We are excited to offer $15 standard worldwide trackable shipping (excluding South Africa) with DHL who will deliver your package within 3-12 working days. For customers who need their package to arrive quicker we offer a $50 express worldwide shipping option (excluding South Africa) with Fedex or UPS who deliver within 1-4 working days. 

Lay-buy

Lay-buy is available at our checkout on all orders. Choose your own time frame up to 12 weeks to pay off your order. 

About The Designer

Aleshia Reinartz is a kiwi designer who completed a degree in Fashion and Business Entrepreneurship at Massey University in Wellington, New Zealand. She has two boys aged 4 and 2 and a baby girl due in October 2018. She became involved in the Wellington babywearing scene after her first was born and decided to make her own babywearing coat to fight the windy and wild weather. It is a absolute passion to create functional designer garments which carry mothers through the many changes of motherhood.