Square-shaped huipil with buttonhole-shaped neck and openings on the sides. This piece made by hand by artisans from San Juan Chamula in the state of Chiapas, has an embroidery technique known in the community as "3-headed flower", zig zag, broom and "5-headed flower" which is the iconography traditional that has been transferred to a versatile and casual garment to wear on any occasion and proudly wear a national creation.
Care: Hand wash with cold water, do not wring, neutral detergent, dry in the shade, do not use bleach and steam iron or dry-clean.
Allied Organization: Casilda Mut
Craft group: Yocpot
Artisan: Dominga De La Cruz Hernández, Marcelina Patishtán Hernández, Gladys Pérez Patishtán, Veronica Hernández Gómez, María Pérez Méndez, Dominga Pérez Méndez, Maria Hernández Gómez, Rosalina Hérnandez Gómez
Designer: Clayre del Rocio Coello Coello and Francisco Cancino
Artisan technique: embroidery and sewing
Measurements : length: 68 cm, bust: 120 cm, waist: 120 cm, hip: 120 cm
Materials : 100% linen fabric, 100% cotton threads
They created a link between artisans from the original towns of Mexico and women who seek design, quality and meaning in their clothing. They seek a positive social impact through fashion, designing responsible garments with the aim of creating development opportunities for Mexican communities.
Casilda Mut stems from a dream and a great passion for our roots, synergistically resulting in the dignity of the work of Tzotzil and Tzeltal artisan women, with whom they promote productivity, economic, cultural and human growth from the family base.