All our products are created, cut and sewn in Saguenay Lac-St-Jean by the artist, designer and founder of Mikuniss Collection, Valéry. Our quality pieces are made locally in our workshop, and sometimes at our specialized suppliers (such as the screen printing service.) The prints, graphic designs and artistic creations are 100% created by First Nations artists and craftsmen .
We work continuously to find solutions to offer you quality products that respect our mission.
No, we do not have a storefront store. If you are in the Saguenay Lac-St-Jean region, you can make an appointment for a fitting in our workshop.
Some products are available at the following point of sale:
Robertson accessories & tradition
Mashteuiatsh, QC, G0W 2H0
Our head office and our production workshop are located at 1619 Ouiatchouan, in Mashteuiatsh, in the premises of Robertson accessoires et tradition, in Saguenay Lac-St-Jean. The studio is open by appointment only. If you would like to make an appointment, click here .
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Orders are usually processed and shipped within 2-3 business days, except for limited production. We offer FREE SHIPPING for orders of $150 or more, before taxes, in Canada. Otherwise, delivery costs are determined according to your location and the weight of your order.
As soon as the package is ready from our workshop, you will receive an email giving you all the necessary information.
Mikuniss Collection's return policy only applies to clothing purchased online. Any purchase made in a store must be managed directly with it. Any purchase made during a market event is a FINAL SALE. Unless there is a manufacturing defect or an error on our part, customers are responsible for returning all items at their own expense. Upon receipt of the package, we will promptly make the exchange or issue a credit according to our policy. We do NOT issue REFUNDS. We try to limit our environmental impact at every stage of the process, shipping included.
You have 30 days following receipt of your purchase to exchange your item. Returned items must not have been worn, damaged or washed and must have their original label.
Carefully pack the items in their original packaging along with a printed copy of your purchase confirmation email. You will be refunded within 7 to 10 working days of receiving your return at our premises. This time may also vary depending on your financial institution. When the return is processed, you will receive a refund email to that effect.
For pre-order items, they are manufactured within 5 to 10 days. When ordering, your measurements will be checked and we will confirm the manufacturing time. We are convinced that this production method is the most sustainable because in our view overproduction is one of the major problems in our industry.
For parts made to order, you must contact us to let us know that you are interested in this one. We carry out small series production throughout the year and when we have specific requests we can often speed up the process. And when the product is back in stock, you'll be the first to know!
*A fee will be retained for any return of a garment made to order.
We guarantee, for a period of 30 days, the quality of manufacture and materials. Please note that problems resulting from misuse or non-compliance with maintenance advice are not covered by the warranty. Do not attempt to repair or modify the item beforehand and contact us by email with photos, descriptions and order number.
Inspire confidence by offering you unique quality products resulting from the know-how of artists and craftsmen, and inspired by the cultural heritage of the First Nations from raw materials with a low environmental impact. By combining
the ingenuity of past craft practices and the innovation of today Mikuniss Collection wishes to offer authentic and creative pieces in a wide variety of styles and price ranges.
Values based on respect for the environment , as well as local and sustainable development by prioritizing:
• natural raw materials, reuse of materials, reduction and elimination of discharges into the environment;
• product quality over quantity, therefore less intensive production;
• local labor by promoting sharing and mutual aid between members of my community, and by creating partnerships between First Nations and non-Natives in order to build a bridge between the two cultures.
The company's vision is to participate in the economic development of fashion in the region, and to be a reference in design, innovation and sustainable development.
In addition, the promotion of Aboriginal female entrepreneurship in Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean is at the heart of the development of Mikuniss Collection.
The feather represents different symbolic and spiritual aspects for the First Nations depending on its color, its size and the type of bird. This is why the name “Mikuniss” was appropriate for the foundress, a name which means little feather in Nehlueun, the language of the Pekuakamiulnuatsh, ilnu of Mashteuiatsh. The use of language to name collections or products will also be part of the designer's project, in order to participate in her learning.