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The Adriana Santacruz’s high-end line consists of one-of-a kind pieces that are solely made with hand-woven textiles. Taking 6 up to full 8 weeks to produce one single piece, whilst employing the ancient-old practice of loom-weaving, all unique items are exclusively made to order. Her high-fashion creations include lavishly beautiful and exotic coats, dresses and stoles, all with an ethnic yet contemporary look and feel. The hand-woven fabrics are a 100% made of organic cotton and wool, dyed with natural coloring. Each garment is sartorially executed by hand by tribal lineages living in Southern regions of Colombia and made with the utmost satisfaction, dedication and joy! Are you interested in purchasing a unique item designed exclusively for you and created in accordance with your preferences in terms of color, style and fabric? Feel free to contact us.
Inspired on her high-end collection Maria y el Rey, Adriana Santacruz created this vivacious and warm toned Abrigo de Luz mantle. Uniquely designed with a tribal yet contemporary style, the mantle can be worn all throughout the year, either as a vest or as an embellishment to complete your outfit. Incorporated with traditional loom-weaving techniques, this exclusive cloak is completely crafted by hand by indigenous tribes residing in South Colombia. Made with the utmost dedication, love and joy! The hand-woven fabrics are 100% made of organic cotton and dyed with natural coloring.
Inspired by the Falcon, the ingeniously designed Halcon Estrella is an undeniable statement piece that can be worn in multiple ways. For starters, it can be worn symmetric or asymmetric. Similarly, the back of the manteaux can suffice as the front and vice versa. To top it off, the beautiful pre-Columbian fabric used for this mantle has been crafted by hand, incorporating traditional loom-weaving methods. Reflecting various color tones, the contrast between the warm pink tones and the dark grey Jacquard textile gives this piece an unparalleled lavish look and feel. The exclusive cape is handcrafted by local tribes inhabiting remote areas in southern Colombia that up to this day still employ ancient old knitting traditions. All in all, this mantle exudes nothing but authenticity, dedication and sheer joy! The hand-woven fabrics are 100% made of organic cotton and dyed with natural coloring.
In celebrating universal femininity, the Sara Holter wrapper honors the female silhouette like no other. Hand-made with indigenous pre-Colombian fabrics, the design perfectly suits all female bodies, no matter what shape or size. Reflecting light and shadows, the contrast between the warm pink tones and the dark grey Jacquard weaving gives this item an extraordinary look and feel. The Sarah Holter is handcrafted by native communities in South-Colombia, using the ancient-old but much revered technique of loom weaving. The hand-woven fabrics are 100% made of organic cotton and dyed with natural coloring.
The cleverly designed Mantarray Casaray cape can be worn in multiple ways. Depending on the wishes of the wearer, it can function as a vest, given the collar and pockets, but it can also be worn as a poncho or mantle. The ultimate pièce de résistance of this item is the marvelously incorporated scarf. Reflecting light as well as shadows, the contrast between the pink elements of the scarf and the marine blue and green denim, gives this piece a unique look and feel. Using ancient old loom-weaving techniques, this exclusive piece is entirely manually made by native communities living in southern regions of Colombia. By ensuring these practices don’t die off, this capote is an ode to ethnic craftivism. The hand-woven fabrics are 100% made of organic cotton and dyed with natural coloring.
Using her luxuriant fashion line Maria y el Rey as the starting point for this capote, Adriana Santacruz designed the lavish and colorful Manto Crispeta. The result is this stunning piece created out of three horizontal rectangles pieces of loom in the colors magenta, orange and lime. An absolute statement piece entirely made by hand by South-Colombian native tribes, who still employ the centuries-old technique of loom weaving. The hand-woven fabrics are 100% made of organic cotton or wool and dyed with natural coloring