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By Colombian fashion brand and foundation Hilo Sagrado.
Handcrafted by the indigenous Wayuu communities in Colombia using traditional weaving techniques that have been passed down from generation to generation.
The rich cultural heritage of the Wayuu is carefully woven into each bag. The process can take more than a month, resulting in an object that is not just a bag, but a reflection of traditions and sacred values.
This bag features patterns designed by the indigenous Wayuu people. Each bag has a unique, natural, bohemian appeal and is perfect for summer days.
Hilo Sagrado was founded in 2013 by the Italian sociologist, Sabrina Prioli. Inspired by the Wayuú community, located in the La Guajira desert, on the border between Colombia and Venezuela, she began a foundation destined to preserve their culture and traditions. Two years later, sisters Ana María and Emilia Torres assumed the project’s leadership and target it in a new direction: to bring the women artisans that collaborate with Hilo Sagrado to a national and global market assuring them a long-term sustainable path. Natalia Bertel also joined as Executive Director thus completing the actual team.