JUXTA by

Clara Dress

USD226.57

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DESCRIPTION
This dress was made in Zinacantán, and it took 35 hours of artisan work to complete it. It was made using an ancestral technique called backstop loom, that consists of two soft and light canvas fabrics. Each piece is unique and unrepeatable, due to its artisanal work it can present slight variations in the patterns.
SIZE & FIT
Designed with a baggy fit. Lightweight fabric without stretch. The female model in the picture is 5’8” tall and the male model is 5’11”, and both are wearing the size S-M.  The fit of our Juxta collection tends to be very loose.
DETAILS & CARE
100% Cotton. Hand-wash with similar colors in cold water. Use neutral soap. Do not use bleach. Do not wring. Hang dry in the shade. Hot iron.
PRE-ORDER
Each Juxta piece is handwoven following a unique creation process, from the technique used, the material selection and its transportation. Therefore, the elaboration time for this piece can vary from 3 to 4 weeks depending on the Artisan, her location and the complexity of elaboration. Once the piece is ready, the delivery time will be approximately 3 to 10 business days.
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DELIVERY & RETURNS
  • Shipping to the US and Mexico. 
  • Shipping cost at checkout and delivery time could take from 3 to 10 working days from the time the piece is ready. 
  • We don't accept returns or exchanges in pre-order items.
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TRACEABILITY & TRANSPARENCY

We are committed with our people, we respect the processes a handmade piece most go through and we honour that, hence it is so important for us to share with you a bit of the story of each piece made for JUXTA.

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THE CREATORS

JUXTA by Mujeres Sembrando la Vida

A collaboration with a craftswomen cooperative aiming to innovate in the design techniques currently applied.

NUMBER OF ARTISANS: 70 Artisans

COMMUNITY: Cabecera, Zinacantán

LOCATION: Chiapas, México

MASTERED TECHNIQUES: Backstrap loom

MAKERS OF: Juxta by

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