This creative Mother and Daughter duo run every aspect of the business, from design to dispatch and are now looking to grow and take on another team member.
Codis Maya launched 30 years ago and both designers illustrate each design by hand. These go on to be developed in British factories and workshops using highly skilled artisanal makers and traditional processes that the company tries to maintain in an age of mass manufacturing. Many of the pieces pass through the hands of around twelve different craftspeople and take around 2 months to create.
Since its first collection of punk inspired pins and badges taken on by Liberty in the 80s, Codis Maya has grown to become a small but well-respected name chiefly behind the scenes of the menswear industry, with Roshini creating exclusive collections for larger fashion houses like Paul Smith and Margaret Howell.
Roshini’s daughter Jet came to join her 2 years ago and has recently started designing women’s jewellery as a sub-brand to Codis Maya under her own name Jet McQuiston.