At Maggie Marilyn, we believe the future of fashion is circular. No waste, no incineration and no landfills. Somewhere has been consciously designed with the ability to be recycled, allowing materials to be kept within a closed-loop system to be used again and again. This means that if over the years, your love for a garment ends, we can take it back and give it a brand new life. As part of our commitment to transparency, Somewhere garments are also traceable from farm to finished garment.

Somewhere, is the name of Maggie’s childhood home in the Bay of Islands, New Zealand. Somewhere represents that place where arriving feels like a warm embrace, a deep breath, a loving smile. It’s about going back to your roots, arriving home, to that place in the world where you truly belong. Where your feet feel grounded and your spirit recharged. We hope that when you wear these clothes, you are transported to your very own Somewhere.


We believe that sustainability should be accessible to everyone. With our main line, there are multiple reasons why we can't make it more affordable, so we needed a solution. Somewhere was born to solve this problem.

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We believe a circular economy model is the only option for the future of fashion. The current take-make-waste fashion system is a broken model that needs to change! Somewhere garments have been consciously designed with the ability to be recycled, meaning we can take them back and recycle them into new items, creating a waste free, landfill free fashion system.

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Key to our mission at Maggie Marilyn is caring for and respecting all people in our supply chain. In order to do this, we must know who is involved at each tier. Through our determination to forge a new path, and time spent building trusting relationships with our suppliers, we are proud that our Somewhere garments are traceable from farm to finished garment.  

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