Chiapas Blouse by Ensamble Artesano at White Label Project
Chiapas Blouse by Ensamble Artesano at White Label Project
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By Mexican design brand Ensamble Artesano, crafted by artisan women in Aguacatenango, Chiapas and designed in collaboration with NGO Impacto.

The Chiapas Blouse features a 3/4 sleeve with traditional embroidery from the Agucatenango community with floral motifs of daisies and rococo. The entire blouse is handmade with a buttonhole stitch on the neck, joining the pieces with hanging chain embroidery, and pleating in sleeves. As a detail on the sleeves and neckline, matching pompoms are included.



Size: Length 70 cm, bust 52 cm, shoulders 36 cm

Color: Green, rosé, beige

Material: 100% cotton

Hand wash with the piece inside out, dry without exposing to the sun.

Delivery within EU 3-5 days. Worldwide within 8-10 days. VAT is included in the price. Deliveries to non-EU countries might come with extra taxes and import duties that the customer must cover.

You can get a full refund for items returned by mail within 30 days of receiving them, excluding shipping costs. No refunds or exchanges are possible after 30 days from receipt.

Meet Ensamble Artesano

Ensamble Artesano is a non-profit platform, designed as a space for exchange and collaboration to combat the economic uncertainty for artisans in Mexico precipitated by the pandemic. Today, it supports more than three thousand artisans across 22 states in Mexico, in partnership with 83 organizations. It has evolved into an important hub, forging collaborative networks to strengthen the craft sector.

Their objective, in addition to preserving and celebrating artisan creation as well as promoting innovation in traditional design, is to give recognition and reinforce the maintenance of formal and fair value chains that have created horizontal work links and that guarantee a source of income for indigenous and rural communities in Mexico.

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