Tipico Tie Ikat Blue
Our limited edition Tipico Ties are made form dead stock (residual foot loomed fabrics left over from major projects), instead of ending up in a landfill, these fabrics are repurposed for our collection of Tipico Ties. They are also sewn by our in house artisans and the fabric is foot loomed by skilled master weavers in the highlands of Guatemala! Fair trade, sustainable, classic, connected. When Father's Day is gone, they're gone.
Dry clean only.
How we make them
Some of our accessories are made from repurposed Cortes (skirts Maya women wear) and Rebosos (baby wearing wrap) and deadstock fabrics. Cortes and Rebosos are made with a foot-loom, each design is typical of its region; each yard takes about 5-6 hours to weave! Our Bandanas, Scrunchies, Headbands and Denim Totes are made from dead stock (residual fabrics left over from major projects.) Instead of ending up in a landfill, these fabrics are repurposed for our accessories collection. Zero waste indeed!
Handmade by Artisans
Artisanal products differ from fast fashion products in that they are made in a traditional or non-mechanized way. Artisanal products are hand-crafted by skilled cobblers in small quantities with high quality and design in mind; using techniques that cannot be replicated by machines!
Power in Your Purchase
Thank you for helping us make our world a better place. Your purchase helps us to employ skilled artisans who in turn are able to earn an income to provide for their families!