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At ANKAA, we believe that fashion has the power to do good in the world.

That's why we've teamed up with mimycri to create beautiful products that not only look great, but also help to reduce waste. mimycri, a Berlin non-profit design label, transformed rubber boats with which migrants arrive on the coasts of Greece, into bags and backpacks.

Together, we're taking sustainability to the next level. Since 2020, we are using our tailoring lab to transform the boat material into stunning pieces that you'll love to wear.

And the best part?

Each product tells a story of resilience, strength, and hope - a testament to the power of human ingenuity and creativity.

ANKAA x mimycri - where style meets sustainability, and every product tells a story.


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From boats to bags

Since June 2020, under the mimycri by ANKAA collaboration, we transform abandoned boats, with which migrants arrive on the coasts of Greece, into bags and backpacks, in hopes of sparking more dialogue about migration.


We want to show you the distribution of the various costs of the mimycri by ANKAA collection.

The percentages are the average of all the products in the collection.

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Production Team

This  includes paying our talented makers a fair salary as well as our production manager overseeing production.



When you buy a product, you're investing in education for refugees, migrants, asylum-seekers, and unemployed individuals in Athens.


Material costs

We prioritise local and sustainable accessories including zippers, straps, and buckles.


Running costs

These include rent and utilities for our workshop, machine maintenance, IT infrastructure and accounting and legal advice.

Image by Sincerely Media


We support Greek partner organisations based on the islands. They provide invaluable support to refugees on the islands.

Image by Rodrigo Abreu

Sales & Transport

These costs cover shipping, order processing, payment fees, and other expenses. Shipping from Greece can be expensive.

Image by Recha Oktaviani


Our prices include 24% VAT (Greece), which accounts for 19,35% of the sales price.

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