Translated from Swedish, Maska means 'knitted stitch'. The name is appropriate because traditional handcrafting techniques were the initial inspiration for the brand. Their aim was to take the artistry of the artisan and reproduce it on a wider scale, using only oil-based, natural fibres in the manufacturing process.
The brand is committed to longlasting pieces, investing in timeless trends and durable fibres. Maska's long lifecycle reduces your wash cycle, with many of their pieces requiring low washing temperatures and minimal laundering.