Piix, from the Maya "to cover". Face mask with springs to hold in the ears
Its double layer with chlorine-resistant, antifluid and antibacterial lining allows it to be washed up to 50 times. Model for women.
NOTE: The patterns of the design on the fabric may vary due to different parts of the canvas being taken. Each piece is unique.
*** No changes or returns are accepted in face masks and their accessories.
100% polyester outer
100% polyester lining
The Juchitan flowers… A piece of black velvet bears the beautiful embroidered flowers in the Tehuana’s dresses, inspired by the old embroidered silk shawl, which along mangos, rice and spices traversed the seas in the Manila Galleon’s overstocked stores. This attire has suffered many changes, from little daisy clusters embroidered in the three-piece suit to immense roses and now watermelons coloring the Oaxacan festivities. This garment captures a theme from this long tradition and reinterprets it, no longer on the customary silk velvet from Europe or China, but on beautiful silk, which allows to enrich the tradition.