And Jacob, is a studio based in Mexico City. Their elegant work is a fusion of creative design and delicate craftsmanship; each piece is hand carved from a single piece of marble which, in turn, reveals exceptional beauty.
Arudeko was founded in 2016 by sisters Nailea and Denisse Arnaiz, both Graduates in Textile Design. In collaboration with artisans from Oaxaca, they started making rugs and pillows on a pedal loom using local wool coloured with natural dyes from the area, later working with cotton as well.
Manos Sanas was founded by Barbara, a passionate designer from Mexico City. Through her love for Ceramics, she has spent the last years experimenting with new and different techniques, creating a wide range of beautiful everyday objects for the home.
Mariana Manina is a Mexican photographer. She has a degree in Marketing, but her passion has always been photography. Over the years she has developed and explored different techniques, creating her own signature style, full of colour, textures and vitality.
Homeware & Accessories
Kitzin is a design brand born thanks to the Leon XIII Foundation, which supports women in Chiapas and Oaxaca, in southern Mexico, encouraging them to use their artisan skills to make beautiful handmade designs and show the world their culture and traditions through their products.
Alma is a creative young studio based in Mexico City. For almost three years they have engaged in a process of collaborative design with Fermin Procopio’s family of palm weavers in Tlamacazapa, Guerrero.
Anna Lebrija is an industrial designer and ceramicist based in Mexico City. Her unique and handcrafted ceramic products enhance the beauty of everyday life, bringing colour, texture and form into your home and surroundings.
Claudia Toffano is a textile and fashion designer from Mexico City, who is truly passionate about Mexican handcrafts and the people behind each piece. By providing the artisans with training and support she aims to encourage and teach them to use their traditional knowledge and skills to explore new opportunities and create contemporary products.
Casa Íntegra is a creative young studio based in Mexico City founded by Jimena Biro and Lucia Bosch. Their unique homeware and textiles are handmade by 12 different communities of artisans from the states of Oaxaca, Chiapas, Puebla among others. .
Homeware & Accessories
Taller Maya is a design brand, born thanks to the Haciendas del mundo Maya Foundation, which works with rural communities in the Yucatan Peninsula, in southeast Mexico. Over time they have formed a successful social and economic platform with a dedicated creative team, to support and promote the talent and work of Mayan artisans.
Alexandra Silva is a Mexican jewellery designer. Her brand designs are simple, stylish and are an expression of her personality and lifestyle. Her inspirations are art, architecture, people and fashion seen in everyday life.
Someone Somewhere chooses to collaborate with communities that share the philosophy of "good living", that is, a life in harmony between community, family, nature and the universe. Community comes first but always in balance with the environment and cultural sensitivity, the essence of which they try to pass on to everything they create.
Rafful Estudio is a Mexican brand founded by designer Sonia Rafful. Through her love for design, she creates handmade products, providing personalized experiences with fibre art, sensitivity and comfort.
Onora is a design brand focused on contemporary artisan products founded by Maggie Galton and Maria Eladia Hagerman who share a passion for Mexico’s cultural richness. They both believe in the importance and beauty of handmade products as well as the narrative behind each piece.
Zaavia, named after the sap within plants, considered a vital life-giving substance, is a Mexican brand that works closely with artisans, under a sustainable, fair and inclusive trade model.