"I’ve been doing this for 5 years now. I wanted people to see what I had discovered in indigenous textiles, and the idea began from there. My experience moved me so much I wanted to express and transmit what I had learned...everything these textiles mean...all the work and all the sacrifice the artisans make to keep weaving." -------------------------------*It’s a very labor intensive process and pays little. They live in isolated places where they can’t sell their work and it often goes forgotten or unnoticed. Discover Textile Designer Denisse Kuri's collection in collaboration with indigenous artisans from Mexico. atentica.com by @robigarrido
Considering that yellowed lenses combine both the current good-taste-meets-bad-taste obsession with the naughties and the retro ’70s, the return of the sleazy-chic shades shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. Tap the link in our bio for a few of our favorite ways to the trend. Photographed by @coreytenold.