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MAYL Wear™ is a concept brand. Created by Polish visual graphic designer Piotr Kopertowski in 2015. The brand is a creative platform for exhibiting his original artworks and designs as limited editions of wearable prints and high-quality products. 

Since 2015, Piotr's clear vision for MAYL Wear was to offer something that emphasized quality, sustainability, and ethical responsibility. His commitment to quality is what drives MAYL Wear forward with each release; never settling for the baseline set by others, he strives to create the best of the best.

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Our clothing is conceptually a wearable canvas, displaying prints and artworks as a fabric edition. We use high quality printing methods and cotton and sewing to produce items that faithfully represent Piotr Kopertowski's artworks. His passion, skills and attention to details appears in all the items you can see on the website.

The Founder Statement

"Clothes are a form of self-expression, and how we dress impacts how we feel about ourselves, and vice-versa. I want you to wear something that will put you in a good mood. The pieces may have risen to trend status in fashion because street style blogs put them on the map, but they’ve maintained a staying power because of their ability to pull outfits together." - Piotr Kopertowski

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First Collection - 2016


Let’s get this one out of the way first. No one over the age of 12 is calling anyone "daddy" without a tinge of something else there. If we get historical, its first use dates back to 1621, when prostitutes used it to refer to their pimps. That’s super unfortunate.

Jump ahead to the 1970s, when the gay community co-opted the word for leather subculture, with the term “leather daddy” coming to be. That term has stuck around in the leather community, and even Alex Jones, the host of InfoWars and lingual purist, has gotten in on the leather daddy action. The gay community has continued to adopt the word by dropping the "leather" part, with "daddy" alone generally meaning “an attractive man of an older age.”

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X-MAYL™ is a concept brand, where intimacy meets innovation and understanding. Our online shop celebrates not just the thrill of discovery, but the beauty of inclusion. We understand that every individual's journey to pleasure is unique, and that's why we have meticulously curated a collection that focuses on quality rather than quantity.

We believe in providing toys that stand the test of time, both in terms of durability and timeless appeal. Our products are sourced from the best, ensuring that each piece in our collection provides a premium experience for those who value exceptional craftsmanship and design. The brand is a platform for exhibiting a passion for original and high quality adult items.

MAYL Wear exclusive jewelry pieces

Rita Soto - the finalist of Loewe Craft Prize. Contemporary jewelry artist and industrial designer, learning her craft from her father. From 2014 to 2018 she was president of Chile`s Guild of Contemporary Jewelers JOYABRAVA. She founded jewellery school LAJOIA in the 2012.

In her lines of work she develops a constant search of materials and techniques, completing the design and concepts process with the manual production, rescuing in this way the territory‘s original materials and ancient techniques generating pieces that bond Art, Design and Craft. 

Her works has been presented in fairs, gatherings and expositions in America and Europe, including lectures and workshops about the horsehair micro-basketry technique.

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New Collection for a lost soul - 2022


The Origin

The English word evil is of Teutonic origin, cognate withübeland Dutcheuvel. It is thought to derive from a theoretical word *ubiloz, cognate with up or over, and thus the etymology of evil connects it with the concepts of too much, exceeding due measure, and over limits.

...As these quotations show, the idea of evil had become an automatic ideological assumption, and the symbolic relation with Hell, darkness and imperfect vision were common coin within the Christian tradition...

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