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LET THERE BE SUNSHINE
IN YOUR SOUL

The new collection

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ABOUT OUR FAIR SALE

We are clearing our stock. Why? Sustainability is at the core of our DNA, which is why we only develop and produce ONE collection per year. In order to avoid textile contamination, we also rely on conscious inventory management and closely monitor our flow of goods.

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THE PERIOD BIKINI BY KORA MIKINO & INASKA

Sun, beach, lake, chilling, reading a good book under the umbrella, going for a long walk on the beach, lounging on the blanket with friends in the outdoor pool ... and then you have your period! For many menstruating people no problem at all - organic tampons and menstrual cups do their job and enable a wonderful day in the sun. That's great.

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SUPPLY CHAIN TRANSPARENCY

We believe that transparency is a basis for sustainable action. Transparency enables us to show that we take responsibility. Through transparency, we give consumers the strength to act consciously and make sustainable consumption decisions.

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About

We love nature and fair fashion, out of this love we founded INASKA. Because we believe that fashion is more than just getting dressed! Today we develop highly functional ecofaire activewear and we advise companies that want to become more sustainable. We are tirelessly committed to equality, diversity and climate protection. Why are we doing this? We want to be able to tell our children later that we have understood and acted.

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Eco

We think in terms of a holistic product cycle and act in a way that conserves resources and reduces consumption. Our activewear is produced eco-friendly in Europe and reduces the greenhouse effect by 80% compared to conventional polyamide made from crude oil through the use of recycled materials such as Econyl. We promote the upcycling of our or other products, work in a paperless office and think ideas into consciously sustainable solutions.

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Blog

We ask ourselves: is growing body hair and showing it currently a trend on Instagram? The question of body hair is described in the captions as a private, individual decision that concerns no one other than oneself - and at the same time demonstratively put on display. So does that help remove taboos, is it feminist activism or conscious provocation for more likes and reach? Or all together and two sides of the same coin?

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