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#EarthDay: Guaje and Lacquer of Temalacatzingo, Guerrero

Temalacatzingo: a Nahuatl community engraved in the highlands of the State of Guerrero, is the most important lacquer producer in Mexico, due to the number of artisans dedicated to this activity as well...

#EarthDay: Foldings Dyed Naturally with Indigo

Part of the “Dances and Ceremonies” Spring Summer 2017 collection was created in collaboration with artisans from Hueyapan, Puebla, where we created a visual game through the Japanese folding...

#EarthDay: The Community of Hueyapan and Dyeing with Flowers

“Pecan is the dye we use the most. It gives a brown color in many tones, dye bath after bath: with this first bath it’s a dark brown, almost black, but by the last bath it’s a light beige. Cempazuchitl...