In 2010, founder Emilie Mischler started as an upcycler and upgrader, breathing new life into vintage fabrics and endofrolls of HauteCouture houses. Her ecofriendly readytowearcollections, exclusively composed of handmade oneoffs, were soon sold allover the globe.
In just 4 short years, the label has spread its wings and now offers limitededition jewelry and accessories, illustrations or collabs with other brands.
The house's signature? A strong ethical commitment based on local, sustainable and handmade crafts, and above all, a style that, rich of eclectical inspirations, always remains recognizable, thanks to its paradoxs and its contradictions: between lightness and edginess, feminity and boldness, innocence and insolence, retro recollections and hip twists.
Renaissance woman and busy bee Emilie Mischler was 22 when she founded Mith.
Since her youngest age, she has always been using her 10 eager fingers to craft herself some clothes and accessories that would feed a bold universe and a sharp sense of style.
As an adult, an advertising creative career led her to orchestrate campaigns for prestigious fashion behemoths such as Jean Paul Gaultier, Karl Lagerfeld or Lacoste.
Today, Mith enables her to put together these two passions of hers: design and brandbuilding. Both a designer and a communication strategist, she makes use of the synergy of her creative skills for her own label and for other brands.