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Sí Collective + Fashionkind

Sienna Skirt
$375
Sí Collective + Fashionkind made to order
Region Mexico
Cause
Artisan craft,  Emerging economies,  Women's empowerment, 

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This product is part of our Recreo San Miguel Fall/Winter 2020 Trunkshow, providing you exclusive access to the collection months before it is available to the public. Each piece will be handcrafted for you and will be delivered by October 31st, 2020.

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Story

Our Recreo San Miguel Sienna Skirt in Black Boucle features a slim wrap silhouette in a midi length with a tie belt at the waist and gently fringed edges for added texture. Handcrafted by skilled artisans in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

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.

Reviving San Pedro De Los Pozos

Thoughtfully designed in New York and handmade by skilled artisans in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, Recreo San Miguel is a lifestyle brand founded on the idea of reinterpreting the silhouette of the traditional serape —the iconic Latin American symbol of relaxed, comfortable and understated sophistication. The great majority of Recreo San Miguel’s garments are made by a group of seamstresses from a small Mexican village that had been nearly deserted for close to a century. In Mineral de Pozos and in their atelier in San Miguel de Allende, the label provides steady employment and career training for twenty employees who are all heads of household and mainly women.