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Mar 20, 2020
Meet our Hill Collection! These beautiful pillow covers are crafted from ceremonial clothing, hand-woven by the Hmong Hill Tribe. Nestled in the mountainous regions of Thailand, women of these remote communities follow the entire production process, from harvesting hemp to weaving each textile by hand on a traditional backstrap loom. Read more
Mar 08, 2020
Our Baule collection is hand woven by the Baule people of Côte d’Ivoire in Africa. Starting with locally grown cotton, the fibers are spun into silky thread and dyed using organic materials. The intricate patterns are woven into strips of cloth using narrow looms built by Baule artisans. Once the cloth is finished, the hand-woven strips are sewn together to form Baule fabric. We take special care to transform these beautiful fabrics into our our Baule pillows.Read more
Mar 01, 2020
Meet our March Muse, Alicia Betancourt! Alicia is the writer, visionary and soul behind Indie Latina, a blog highlighting the intersection between indie and Latinx culture. Her heritage and surroundings have shaped her unique perspective and drive to connect with creatives in Salt Lake City and beyond. Born in Puerto Rico, Alicia is a part-time member of the National Guard serving on army and cultural missions. Alicia's work takes her from small boutiques and local music scenes to traveling the world.Read more