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Azul Embroidered Cape

Nayibi México
  • $1,400.00
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Based in: México

Embroidered piece made by Yadira a Chiapas artisan and Sara a Mayan artisan. The textiles include embroidery from various states of Mexico such as Chiapas, Oaxaca, San Luis Potosi, Michoacan, and Puebla. The fringe is made by Gaby an artisan in Zinacantan. This piece was made during a 6 month period. A one-of-a-kind piece like this is made once a year with different embroidery techniques.

Details
  • Material(s): Cotton, 80% Cotton 20% Polyester
  • Technique: hand embroidered consisted of varying artisanal techniques
  • Care: It is recommended that you dry clean this garment.
About Nayibi

Born and raised in Morelia, Michoacán, Nayibi Villareal has always been drawn to the vibrant tapestry of Mexican culture and artistry. Her journey into the world of fashion began with her studies at the Universidad del Valle de México, Zapopan Campus, where she honed her skills in fashion design. Eager to delve deeper into the rich heritage of her homeland, she furthered her education at the esteemed INNARDI Institute of Higher Studies.

Inspired by the diverse landscapes, traditions, and craftsmanship of México, Nayibi Villareal's designs reflect a seamless fusion of contemporary flair and traditional elegance. Each piece tells a story, showcasing intricate handcrafted details and artisanal techniques that pay homage to the country's rich cultural tapestry

From contemporary ensembles adorned with vibrant prints to exquisite formal wear featuring meticulous hand embroidery, every collection by Nayibi Villareal is a testament to her unwavering commitment to showcasing México's diverse artistic legacy. Collaborating with originating communities across the country, she works closely with skilled artisans from regions such as Michoacan, Guerrero, San Luis Potosi, and Chiapas, preserving and promoting their time-honored craft.

With each new collection, Nayibi Villareal invites fashion enthusiasts on a journey of discovery, where modern fashion intertwines with centuries-old traditions, creating timeless pieces that celebrate the beauty and heritage of México.


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    Based in: México

    Embroidered piece made by Yadira a Chiapas artisan and Sara a Mayan artisan. The textiles include embroidery from various states of Mexico such as Chiapas, Oaxaca, San Luis Potosi, Michoacan, and Puebla. The fringe is made by Gaby an artisan in Zinacantan. This piece was made during a 6 month period. A one-of-a-kind piece like this is made once a year with different embroidery techniques.

    • Material(s): Cotton, 80% Cotton 20% Polyester
    • Technique: hand embroidered consisted of varying artisanal techniques
    • Care: It is recommended that you dry clean this garment.

    Born and raised in Morelia, Michoacán, Nayibi Villareal has always been drawn to the vibrant tapestry of Mexican culture and artistry. Her journey into the world of fashion began with her studies at the Universidad del Valle de México, Zapopan Campus, where she honed her skills in fashion design. Eager to delve deeper into the rich heritage of her homeland, she furthered her education at the esteemed INNARDI Institute of Higher Studies.

    Inspired by the diverse landscapes, traditions, and craftsmanship of México, Nayibi Villareal's designs reflect a seamless fusion of contemporary flair and traditional elegance. Each piece tells a story, showcasing intricate handcrafted details and artisanal techniques that pay homage to the country's rich cultural tapestry

    From contemporary ensembles adorned with vibrant prints to exquisite formal wear featuring meticulous hand embroidery, every collection by Nayibi Villareal is a testament to her unwavering commitment to showcasing México's diverse artistic legacy. Collaborating with originating communities across the country, she works closely with skilled artisans from regions such as Michoacan, Guerrero, San Luis Potosi, and Chiapas, preserving and promoting their time-honored craft.

    With each new collection, Nayibi Villareal invites fashion enthusiasts on a journey of discovery, where modern fashion intertwines with centuries-old traditions, creating timeless pieces that celebrate the beauty and heritage of México.


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