The limited edition colour takes inspiration from the natural, strong and resilient, Mother of Pearl.
True to the Mayana Genevière quality and fit excellence, every piece is designed to enhance your natural glow, while supporting your one true size.
With nature at the heart of the manufacturing process, everything is sourced from OEKO-TEX100 standard mills, using certified organic cotton and Tencel fabrics.
WHO'S WEARING IT
WHAT WOMEN ARE SAYING
" Because all women deserve a bra with revolutionary support that fits their one true size. Mayana Geneviére bras are made to order based on exact measurements, "
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“This bra is so beautiful! I'm breastfeeding my second baby, currently 5 months in, and it's so nice to have something that feels incredible on my body." Read more...
-Jessie (Cochrane, CA)
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"I got this bra for a friend as a gift and she absolutely loved it! The fit and quality is perfect. The lace detailing is beautiful"
-Ana D (Bethesda, US)
With social responsibility at the forefront of garment construction, our brand takes pride in ethical sourcing and quality of production in-house at the Mayana Genevière® Atelier in Toronto. With Canada once a leader in lingerie production, producing in Canada was a decision made from brand inception, where the working conditions and environmental practices are regulated and standardized. We are a dedicated team who work with passion to make every garment fit and function excellence, design and made exclusively for you!
Book a personal fitting at our factory in Toronto and see your bra being made!
Following the birth of her daughter, Nadine M. Woods was introduced to the world of nursing bras and shapewear out of necessity. She immediately recognized the impact of the physical changes a woman experiences post birth and the significance it can have beyond childbearing years.
"I was frustrated with what was available on the market! With my daughter being my first child, I did a lot of preparing for her arrival and was not aware of what my recovery process would entail. Once I got in the thick of the postnatal phase I was faced with the challenges of breastfeeding and really understood the value of a good nursing bra."