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Sekquil skirt

Sekquil skirt

Regular price $ 3,917.00 MXN
Regular price Sale price $ 3,917.00 MXN
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Talonhuitz, Chiapas

It is made by artisans from the community of Talonhuitz, Chiapas.

It is a wrap-around pleated skirt, made from rectangles, and adjustable for various sizes. Ten Tzotzil artisans from the town of Talonhuitz, in San Andrés Larráinzar, Chiapas, participated in its preparation. This single piece was made with rectangles to avoid the generation of textile waste. It is made of cotton.

Its shape and color make it special for casual moments where it is required to generate a visual impact, in addition to being elegant, timeless and eye-catching.

Care: It is suggested to wash by hand with cold water and neutral soap and dry in the shade.
Craft technique: backstrap loom weaving
Allied Organization: Guillermo Jester
Craft group: Antsetik Mojel Amtejik
Artisan: María González Pérez, Martha Ruth Hernández Hernández, Manuela Pérez Hernández, Juana González Pérez, Martha Hernández Gómez, Ana González Pérez, Elena de la Cruz Hernández, Francisca Gómez Hernández, Brenda González Hernández, Sandra Nayeli González Hernández
Designer : Guillermo Jester
Craft technique: backstrap loom weaving

Measurements : Length: 80 cm Width: 120 cm (Adjustable)
Materials : 100% Cotton

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ABOUT THE PARTNER ORGANIZATION

Guillermo Jester

One of the main drivers of the brand is the appreciation of the silhouettes of traditional indigenous clothing and the collaboration with artisans from Mexico, being the backstrap loom, pedal loom, embroidery and hand pleating the main techniques of our designs. In addition to the investigation of the techniques, iconography and worldview of all the elements belonging to the cultural identity of the groups with which we collaborate, we use design as a tool to revalue craft traditions.

Our brand pillars are: Timelessness, Circular fashion and sustainable processes, genderless and cultural identity.