Huipil with sleeves with rectangles on the sides and patch-type bags on the back, it has a pronounced V-neck. 10 artisans of Tzotzil origin participated in its preparation, in a town called Talonhuitz belonging to San Andrés Larraínzar in the state of Chiapas.
Care: It is suggested to wash by hand with cold water and neutral soap and dry in the shade.
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: William Jester
Artisanal technique: weaving on a waist loom
Measurements : Width 120 cm (counting sleeves), Length: 100
Colors : Black with gray
Materials : 100% Cotton
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.