Huipil Cha Dress - Coffee/Black by Ensamble Artesano at White Label Project
Huipil Cha Dress - Coffee/Black by Ensamble Artesano at White Label Project
Huipil Cha Dress - Coffee/Black by Ensamble Artesano at White Label Project

Huipil Cha Dress - Coffee/Black

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By Mexican foundation Ensamble Artesano, crafted by women artisans in Chenalho, Chiapas, and in collaboration with the non-profit organization Aid to Artisans -Creative Learning Inc.

Produced with exceptional craftsmanship and a keen eye for detail, this dress is a Traditional Huipil woven on a waist loom. The raised embroidery and square neck are distinctive features that pay homage to the cultural richness of the Tsotsil locality in Chenalho, Chiapas.

This piece not only celebrates traditional weaving techniques but also aligns with the principles of sustainable non-fast fashion brands. Its creation reflects a commitment to ethical choices, ensuring that each stitch contributes to the preservation of cultural heritage. The dress becomes a canvas where the skills of the artisans from Chiapas come to life, telling a story of tradition, artistry, and sustainability.

Size: 111 cm x 60 cm

Color variants: Coffee/black, pink/black

Material: Omega thread

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

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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.