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The Inca were a South American civilization that existed in Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Chile, and Argentina. Their impressive feats include the construction of Machu Picchu, stone roads, and farmed crops such as maize, potatoes, and quinoa, and raised llamas and alpacas. They were skilled in metalworking, pottery, and textiles.

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The Wayuu bag is a handwoven artisanal bag from the Wayuu tribe in Colombia and Venezuela. It is made using a blend of colors and patterns, making each bag unique and culturally significant. These bags are popular in the fashion world due to their distinctive designs and ethical production methods, and they support the Wayuu community by providing a source of income. The Wayuu bag is a sustainable fashion accessory that represents the tribe’s cultural heritage and craftsmanship.

The Wayuu Collection

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Huichol people are indigenous to Mexico and known for their intricate beadwork which they consider an important part of their cultural heritage. The art involves placing tiny beads one by one onto a wax-covered canvas or wood base and is often used to depict traditional symbols like deer, sun, and flowers, but also modern designs. Huichol art is popular in contemporary art and fashion due to its vibrant colors and intricate patterns. It is believed that every bead contains a sacred message and is used to tell stories and connect with the spiritual world. Creating the art requires patience and skill but the results are stunning, one-of-a-kind pieces reflecting the beauty and depth of their culture.

The Huichol Collection

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The Mayans were a successful Mesoamerican civilization known for art, architecture, math, writing, calendrics, and astronomy. The Mayans’ cultural traditions are still celebrated today, and millions of people around the world are descended from them.

The Mayan Collection

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Calaveras are decorative skulls used in the Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico. Made from sugar or clay, they’re decorated with bright colors and intricate patterns. They honor and celebrate the lives of loved ones who have passed away – a symbol of joy and respect rather than fear. Calaveras are an important part of Mexican culture and are popular in other parts of the world where Day of the Dead is celebrated.

The Calavera Collection

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