Union Hidalgo, Oaxaca
Rectangle dress with buttonhole opening for arms. The design is the result of collaboration with women artisans from Unión Hidalgo in the isthmus of the state of Oaxaca. This collaboration pays homage to the creative woman, to tradition, to ancestral knowledge and to Mexican culture. The proposals and geometry of the pieces are inspired by traditional clothing in dialogue with a contemporary vision of design.
Care: Hand wash with soap and water, preferably with the piece inside out.
Technique : Embroidered textile
Measurements : Length: 95 cm, width: 60 cm
Colors : Black/Red/White
Materials : Cotton fabric
Fundación León XIII
Fundación León XII IAP (FLXIII) is a Private Assistance Institution established in 1996 as a response to the conditions of marginalization and exclusion of communities in Chiapas, Oaxaca and Guerrero.
We are present in more than 300 rural, indigenous and Afro-mestizo communities of less than 3,000 inhabitants, without social security, with an educational gap and with limited access to food, basic housing services and health services.
The FLXIII Model has as its center the economic, social and spiritual development of each of the people with whom we work. We base our intervention on the formation of Savings Groups, and from them we carry out spaces for the meeting and structuring of families and communities, with whom we carry out the following programs: