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Pineda Covalín Scarves for Fall

Pineda Covalín Scarves for Fall


$154.00 http://pinedacovalin.us/

$154.00 http://pinedacovalin.us/

Pineda Covalín’s purpose is to expand the richness of the Mexican and Latin American culture and traditions all over the world.
— Pineda Covalín, Instagram

We absolutely adore these scarves from "Mexican-fashion house" Pineda Covalín. Two young designers Cristina Pineda and Ricardo Covalín created the company and use traditional Mexican patterns and images from the country's native cultures - the Mayans and Aztecs. For more information on the individual scarves from above please see below. Make sure to also check out their website for other beautiful designs: Pineda Covalín

Design inspired on the “amate” paper of Xalitla, Guerrero. In Xalitla, the whole town becomes itself transmuted and shaped into the amate paper. The art for the elaboration of this piece was performed by craftsman J. Guadalupe Pérez A
— Pineda Covalín
Design inspired on the embroidery of San Nicolás, Hidalgo, that shows the skill and devotion of the inhabitants of the city.
— Pineda Covalín
Design inspired by the Monarch Butterfly. In the Mexican Prehispanic cultures the Monarch Butterfly symbolized the soul, fire and movement, concepts that they captured in the literature and left in their archaeological pieces. Although at the beginning of the spring season, the Monarch Butterfly begins its journey towards Canada, during the winter season, we can admire the butterfly in its ecological reserve in Angangueo in the state of Michoacán.
— Pineda Covalín

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