MaxEquations is an artisan collective producing creative clothing from organically grown fabrics and other environmentally friendly fabrics. We begun in 2001 as Blue Fish Clothing closed it's doors and almost the entire team,even now over 15 years later consists of ex Blue Fish employees . MaxEquations is a "cottage industry" as all members of the company operate out of their own home studios.
All About Our Clothing
"Attention to detail" is the mantra that we speak here at MaxEquations. We concentrate greatly on the overall quality of our products, from our fabrics down to the smallest detail of our sewing. Our company is small which gives us the ability to oversee every aspect of our production. We produce our clothing in a small local factory and individually by our own seamstress and pattern maker. Our garments, of course, begin with the fabrics. We purchase top quality Certified Organic Cottons and other natural fibers. Wherever possible our first choice is fabric "Grown and Sewn in the USA" helping to support many small family owned farms.
We pay particular attention to our consistency of our sizing. There’s nothing more annoying than having to change the size that you order based on inconsistencies from collection to collection. Our sizing is standardized, so if you wear a Medium in one Top, you will wear a Medium in every other Top as well. Overpieces, jackets and coats are all sized up as we understand they will be worn over Tops. Similar size standards are found in our other styles; like Pants and Skirts.
All garments are pre-shrunk so you don’t have to worry about shrinkage. The art if you choose for your garments to be painted is created with long lasting acrylic paints. Please see our Care Instructions for more information on how to wash and dry these items.
We our very proud of our quality standards and all of the attention to the details that make our garments. If you are happy with our products please spread the word and tell a friend. If, for any reason, you are unhappy with anything on your garment, please tell us.