Collection: Seasonal collection

Cambaya the textiles of México have a long history. Fibers are used during the pre-Hispanic and made out of yucca, palm and maguey plants as well as the use of cotton.The techniques of weaving introduced, mostly by the French. Today, fabric, clothes and other textiles are both made by craftsmen and in factories. Handcrafted goods include pre-Hispanic clothing such as huipils and sarapes, which are often embroided Clothing, rugs and more are made with natural and naturally dyed fibers. Most handcrafts are produced by indigenous people, whose communities are concentrated in the center and south of the country in states such as Mexico state ,Oaxaca and Chiapas. The textile industry remains important to the economy of Mexico.

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  • Noche buena amarilla
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  • Shawl
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  • Noche buena morada
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  • Lucero Rosa
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  • Lucero Rojo
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