Yosuzi Wayuu
  • Yosuzi Wayuu
  • Yosuzi Wayuu
  • Yosuzi Wayuu
  • Yosuzi Wayuu

Yosuzi Wayuu

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Handcrafted garment by Amerindian Wayuu
Yosuzi means cactus flower in Wayuunaiki
Each bag is different and represents elements of the Wayuu life
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Mama Tierra places high demand on design - the patterns that adorn the accessories were created by Desigual designer Coral Hernandez Finol. The is a reason why Mama Tierra patterns have a recognizable connection to the Caribbean: the design combines modern elements with those from the mythology of the Caribbean Wayuu people, such as the jaguar. The Jaguar represents the Uliana clan, who’s members live in the desert between Colombia and Venezuela. The Wayuu call the mythical ancestor Kalaira. According to the Wayuu, family members of the Jaguar clan also inherit the qualities of the jaguar such as courage, solidarity and intelligence.

L size: 38 cm  diameter x 29 cm length 
Two carrying straps
Weight: 300 gram
100% Polyacrylic

MAMA TIERRA offers pre-payments and working material to the indigenous women so that they do not have to invest their own capital. Being Swiss with Wayuu-indigenous roots,  the aboriginal people are near and dear to us

Mama Tierra places high demand on design - the patterns that adorn the accessories were created by Desigual designer Coral Hernandez Finol. The is a reason why Mama Tierra patterns have a recognizable connection to the Caribbean: the design combines modern elements with those from the mythology of the Caribbean Wayuu people, such as the jaguar. The Jaguar represents the Uliana clan, who’s members live in the desert between Colombia and Venezuela. The Wayuu call the mythical ancestor Kalaira. According to the Wayuu, family members of the Jaguar clan also inherit the qualities of the jaguar such as courage, solidarity and intelligence.

L size: 38 cm  diameter x 29 cm length 
Two carrying straps
Weight: 300 gram
100% Polyacrylic

MAMA TIERRA offers pre-payments and working material to the indigenous women so that they do not have to invest their own capital. Being Swiss with Wayuu-indigenous roots,  the aboriginal people are near and dear to us