We work directly with the following artisans, artisans’ cooperatives, and family business that share our values and aim to preserve the art of artisan made products:
Agua de Chile – a business owned by a group of female cousins that look to incorporate traditional Mexican textiles into modern wear. They work with female artisans from Puebla, a state in Central Mexico.
Decorcinco – an artisan family owned business in Oaxaca, in Southern Mexico. Their artistic toy collection inspired by Mexican Codex symbols truthfully represents their original cultural meaning. They partner with other artisans through the artisan cooperative Huizache in order to join forces and better preserve their traditions.
Indajani – a Oaxacan family-owned business that blends traditional weaving with traditional baby wearing practices
Maya Kotan – a woman owned small business that works with over 30 single mother weavers in the state of Chiapas.