Choosing artisan means supporting a form of economic development that has deep meaning, one that originates from and is rooted in the uniqueness of people and place.

–– Forbes

By taking the time to have an honest conversation with ourselves about what we love to wear every day, we learn to appreciate the benefit of having one item instead of ten.

–– Marina Raphael, Founder

We feel honoured to work with brands that are committed to sustainable and ethical practices, and whose products are handmade and carry a real identity. Latin American designers don’t simply want to sell, they aspire to have a lasting and positive impact on their communities

–– Isabella Behrens & Cloclo Echavarría
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Sí Collective + Fashionkind

Placemat Set
$93
Sí Collective + Fashionkind
Region Colombia
Cause
Artisan craft,  Emerging economies,  Vegan,  Women's empowerment, 
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Our Casa Chiqui Placemat Set features six round placemats that have been woven in a spiral design in contrasting black and white fique fiber. Fique is a natural, local fiber that comes from the succulent plant and is known for its strength and flexibility. Handcrafted in Colombia. 

The Best of Latin American Design

Sí Collective x Fashionkind
Giving you access to the best of Latin American design for seasons to come. Each designer honours their commitment to the men and women who create their pieces — masters of ancient weaving and crafting techniques that are at risk of disappearing if not properly supported.

Celebrating Heritage

After years of traveling the world collecting unique treasures, Colombian socialite Chiqui de Echavarria opened the doors to her renowned store in the historic center of Cartagena, Colombia. Constantly evolving, Casa Chiqui has introduced a unique line of jewelry and accessories designed by Chiqui and produced by 94 local artisans from indigenous and rural communities from all over Colombia. Mostly women heads of household, they help bring Chiqui’s designs to life using centuries-old techniques and natural, locally sourced fibers like iraca and cumare palm leaves.