The company

ANDIATA is rooted in Helsinki Finland where the brand was born in 1986. We are a fully female driven company that wants to contribute female workforce and leader positions. Powerful women inspire us daily – we want to design a diverse wardrobe suitable for versatile lifestyles.

Our mission is to create long lasting women’s clothing that fits different times and ages. This is our contribution to the slow fashion movement that is more relevant in the fast moving consumption industry of today. Our ideology is to put quality over quantity, thus we wish to use only the finest materials in order to create designs to last a lifetime.

The Andiata woman demands quality, elegance and comfort, whether she is working, studying or travelling. She cannot be categorized and shouldn’t be underestimated. She is independent, confident and ambitious. She is far from simple, Andiata woman is ageless and divergent – she is anyone who believes in herself and in other women around her.

ANDIATA DESIGN STUDIO

The Andiata design studio is nestled in the urban district of Vallila in the heart of Helsinki.

At the studio, our design team works closely together with our own pattern makers and seamstresses to produce the highest quality craftsmanship.

Andiata releases two seasonal collections every year. Before each season, our design team gathers to discuss and brainstorm how we may maintain and further develop our signature style, competence and high-quality throughout the year and each collection. Surrounded by sketches, patterns and fabric rolls, our designers and creative team are busy producing the first samples of each new product.

MANUFACTURING AND MATERIALS

We ensure that our partners throughout our manufacturing chain adhere to high ethical values and our core mission is to produce long-lasting fashion for a sustainable future.

The soul of Andiata is high-quality materials and impeccable cuts to produce timeless pieces. We work with the top Italian fabric companies and our production is based only two hours from the manufacturing headquarters in Estonia to minimize the carbon footprint.