AchikAccesorios

Boho bags madre with ethnic fabric

Madrid, Spain | 22 Sales

AchikAccesorios

Boho bags madre with ethnic fabric

Madrid, Spain 22 Sales On Etsy since 2015

5 out of 5 stars (4)

Announcement   ACHIK means light in Kichwa, (the ancestral language used by the natives in Latin America) since my accessories want to make you shine.
My goal is not just to create fashion, but doing it thinking in every material that we use, and everyone behind each piece, being aware that you can consume in a more responsible way and paying the fare price for its manufacture.
By other hand promote the indigenous culture and philosophy.
I want to be part of a conscious and responsible fashion.

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Last updated on Jan 3, 2017

ACHIK means light in Kichwa, (the ancestral language used by the natives in Latin America) since my accessories want to make you shine.
My goal is not just to create fashion, but doing it thinking in every material that we use, and everyone behind each piece, being aware that you can consume in a more responsible way and paying the fare price for its manufacture.
By other hand promote the indigenous culture and philosophy.
I want to be part of a conscious and responsible fashion.

María del Carmen Martínez

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María del Carmen Martínez

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Achik a call from my roots

The idea is to create fashion accessories - especially for the hair - handmade, taking care of their details. In response to a call from my roots, I have decided to work with fabrics made by the natives of Otalvo, (a community of Ecuador, where the indigenous people stand out for making colorful tapestries and especially for their ancestral knowledge in different areas) and inspire me by the Rest of indigenous communities of America.This is how the European fashion and the indigenous textiles of America are mixed to create unique designs.

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    I'm lucky to being born into a family where creativity reigns. From my mother and second sister I learned skills with the hands, and from my older sister and from my father the spiritual and human part of life. All this overturned in Achik

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