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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...
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#EarthDay: Natural Dyes and the Alchemy of Handcrafts

Dye made with cochineal was, along with silver, one of the most valued and most exported materials of Mexico’s colonial period. As time passed, synthetic dyes came to displace natural dyes. We consider...
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The Spring Summer 2017 Campaign by Ramiro Chaves

The rituals of healing and shamanism, the dances and ceremonies of the indigenous communities with whom we work are at the center of this collection.     Fashion has the power to transform. In...
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Greetings from Tulum! All about our new Store

We’re happy to share with you the news of our store opening in Tulum, in a very special location created by Michael Vendito, who worked with local Mayan artisans and recovered wood from hurricanes...
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Power Talks: Carla Fernández at The Power Plant, Toronto

The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery is Canada’s leading public art gallery dedicated exclusively to contemporary visual art from Canada and the world. It is a vital forum for the advanced artistic...
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