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Returning to Origins: The story behind our winter collection

Our winter collection was crafted by skilled artisans in the enchanting and isolated landscapes of Northern Argentina. This collection weaves together traditional craftsmanship, authentic cultural heritage, and modern designs, creating pieces that are unique and timeless. Each garment in our collection tells a story, reflecting the rich culture and heritage of the artisans who create them. From the sheer and hand-spuning yarns to the intricate patterns, every detail shows the lifestyle and proudness of the artisans. By embracing the techniques passed down through generations, our winter collection not only brings warmth and comfort but also embodies a connection to the past. We take great pride in this collection and our talented artisan partners. Our commitment to sustainability extends beyond our materials to the social and economic impact...

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The Ultimate Guide to Caring for Your Chaguar Woven Bags

Our Chaguar bags not only make a fashion statement but are also crafted with love and skill by indigenous artisans. To ensure that your Chaguar bag retains its beauty and durability for years to come, it's essential to know how to take care of them. Whether you're a long-time admirer of our bags or a proud new owner, this guide will help you to take proper care of your Chaguar woven bag and make it last for generations. CHECK OUR WOVEN BAGS HERE! The history and significance of Chaguar woven bags Chaguar woven bags have a rich history dating back centuries. They are traditionally made by indigenous communities in South America, particularly in regions like Argentina, Bolivia, and Paraguay. These bags...

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Guarani Baskets: Handcrafts from the Argentinian Jungle

Guarani baskets hold deep cultural significance and reflect the traditional craftsmanship of this indigenous community. Each Guarani basket tells a story, symbolizing the rich heritage and connection to nature that is at the core of Guarani culture.  The art of basket weaving has been an integral part of their culture, with baskets serving both practical and ceremonial purposes. These baskets are not just functional objects but are also seen as carriers of cultural knowledge and symbols of identity. CHECK OUR GUARANI SELVA BASKETS HERE Traditional craftsmanship techniques Guarani basket weaving is a labor-intensive process that requires immense skill and patience. The technique involves the interlacing of flexible plant fibres to create intricate patterns and designs. The process begins with the collection of raw fibres. These...

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The guide to our Chaguar belts: Where traditions meet modern style

Crafted using ancient techniques by indigenous artisans, Chaguar belts are not just beautiful accessories; they also represent a rich cultural heritage. Made from the fibres of the Chaguar plant, these belts are known for their durability and intricate craftsmanship. SHOP OUR COLLECTION OF BELTS History and significance of Chaguar belts The Chaguar plant is a native of South America, and its fibres have been used for thousands of years to create textiles. The plant is particularly abundant in the Gran Chaco region. Indigenous communities in the area have been using Chaguar fibres to create various items, including belts, bags and baskets. The fibres are extracted from the leaves of the Chaguar plant, cleaned, and spun into thread. The thread is...

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Our Diary | Our Woven Bags, Preserving Ancestral Traditions

  Handcrafted by the indigenous Wichi communities in Argentina, our collection of bags are the embodiment of craftsmanship, heritage and sustainability. The history and cultural significance of Wichi woven bags Wichi woven bags have a rich history and cultural significance within the Wichi tribe. For centuries, these bags have been an integral part of the communitie's daily life, serving practical purposes such as carrying food, water, and other necessities. The Chaguar fibre (plant fibre) and woven bags represent more than just artistic skill; they embody the Wichi people's resilience and connection to their ancestral heritage.  Each bag tells a unique story. The patterns and colours are a reflection of the Wichi communitie's deep connection with nature and their cultural identity, making every...

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