MAPUCHE CLOTHES

Woven clothes are a central element of Mapuche identity. Traditional symbolism determined which colours and designs would be used to make their ponchos (makuñ), woven sashes (trarihue), blankets (pontro), bedcovers and woolen bags. Symbols and designs speak their own language and tell their own story.
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I love @VOZ Collective VOZ Spring/Summer 2014 Runway: VOZ means “voice” in Spanish, something Aarons hopes to give the talented Mapuche weavers by showcasing their rich visual and artisanal tradition on the international stage. #socialimpact #ecofashion

SPRING SUMMER 2014

I love @VOZ Collective VOZ Spring/Summer 2014 Runway: VOZ means “voice” in Spanish, something Aarons hopes to give the talented Mapuche weavers by showcasing their rich visual and artisanal tradition on the international stage. #socialimpact #ecofashion

Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino » Mapuche

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Dress Anu    This dress was hand-woven on a Mapuche loom
 with the finest wool, and dyed with mud, moss and herbs. At its center, the symbol “Anümka” represents medicinal plants, leaves and flowers.

Dress Anu This dress was hand-woven on a Mapuche loom with the finest wool, and dyed with mud, moss and herbs. At its center, the symbol “Anümka” represents medicinal plants, leaves and flowers.

Shawl Trigo by Voz, fair trade fashion collective that brings Chilean artistry to the global market

Shawl Trigo by Voz, fair trade fashion collective that brings Chilean artistry to the global market

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