Frida Clutch M

CHF99.00
M Clutchs Maracaibo
Quantity
: 6
  • Upstyle clutch also suitable as iPad sleeve

  • With zipper 28 cm width x 20 cm length x 2cm, tassel: 14 cm.

  • This clutch has two loops at the ends, which can be used to attach a strap to easily turn the case into a bag!

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Inspired in the great Frida Kahlo!
Did you know that Frida was a half-indigenous Tehuana? Main topics in her artistic work focused on postcolonialism, gender and race inequality in Mexican society. Through her outfits, such as indigenous dresses, braids and flowers, Frida sent highly political statements of cultural indigenous identity and feminism during the 1940s. This is a great example of how fashion can bring relevant topics to the public attention.

Made in Venezuela
In the 1970s, the Venezuelan tapestry was popular. From the Fira Barcelona to the MoMa Museum in New York, the Wayuu crafts could be admired in museums all over the world. The indigenous people wind the yarn on a so-called weaver's shuttle and push the thread through the fabric. This time-consuming technique went out of fashion and many artisans could not sell their art anymore. Mama Tierra has worked together with the artisans in order to create beautiful clutches with the same technique of the antique wall tapestries. The new products undoubtedly meet the current Zeitgeist.

Material: Polyacrylic yarn 100% produced by the factory Miratex in Colombia. Azo dye-free, Iso-Standard 9001: 2000.

Inspired in the great Frida Kahlo!
Did you know that Frida was a half-indigenous Tehuana? Main topics in her artistic work focused on postcolonialism, gender and race inequality in Mexican society. Through her outfits, such as indigenous dresses, braids and flowers, Frida sent highly political statements of cultural indigenous identity and feminism during the 1940s. This is a great example of how fashion can bring relevant topics to the public attention.

Made in Venezuela
In the 1970s, the Venezuelan tapestry was popular. From the Fira Barcelona to the MoMa Museum in New York, the Wayuu crafts could be admired in museums all over the world. The indigenous people wind the yarn on a so-called weaver's shuttle and push the thread through the fabric. This time-consuming technique went out of fashion and many artisans could not sell their art anymore. Mama Tierra has worked together with the artisans in order to create beautiful clutches with the same technique of the antique wall tapestries. The new products undoubtedly meet the current Zeitgeist.

Material: Polyacrylic yarn 100% produced by the factory Miratex in Colombia. Azo dye-free, Iso-Standard 9001: 2000.