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Sol Y Luna Cushion Blue

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Alternative materials/ingredients have been used where an animal product would normally be used.

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This collection has been produced on a small scale, with environmentally sensitive production methods; the constituent materials have been sourced sustainably, and conserve biodiversity.

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The materials in this collection are free from AZO dyes and phthalates.

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The material or ingredients in this collection are at least 80% derived from organic farming.

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This collection has been made using at least 90% plant-based ingredients or materials.

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All of the pieces in this collection are one-off pieces.

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At least 1% of this brand’s sales go to a charity partner.

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This collection is entirely made in the designer’s studio and/or by an artisan collective of fewer than 10 people.

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Workers are paid a living wage; no child labour or human trafficking is involved in the production of the collection; the factory is compliant with all local environmental regulations.

Inspired by Indigenous Myths
Coral Hernandez found the inspiration for this design in the mythology of indigenous peoples. As a designer, Coral works for labels such as Custo Barcelona, Desigual and Mango Muster.

Made in Venezuela
Wayuu tapestry or pictorial art was particularly popular in the 1970s. From the Fira de Barcelona to the MoMa in New York, Wayuu craftsmanship was on display in museums around the world. The artistic motifs are patiently woven into the fabric with colourful threads wound on so-called weaving shuttles. However, tapestry went out of fashion and many artisans lost their jobs. Mama Tierra's design team has now revived the technique and design of these tapestries and transformed them into beautiful clutches and cushions.

Empowering indigenous women
Mama Tierra's vision is to enable indigenous women to lead a self-determined and financially independent life. We do this by distributing the accessories produced by Wayuu Indians in their homeland under fair conditions.
Washable at 20 degrees in the wool programme.
50 cm l x 30 cm w
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Meet The Designer

Mama Tierra combines indigenous heritage with western trends, seasonal colors and sustainable materials. The result are high-quality accessories designed by world-class designers such as Patrizia Stalder, Coral Hernandez and Vittoria Amber. All pieces are lovingly hand-made by Wayuu indigenous peoples in Colombia and Venezuela.

Mama Tierra is a Swiss non-profit organization (NPO) that has been supporting indigenous peoples since 2014 in their quest for self-determination, human rights and environmental protection. The NPO offers existence-saving wages and financial independence for indigenous women. The focus is on women because they ensure the well-being of the family, securing its income and educating the children. Women are the strongest link in many indigenous societies, but this is particularly true in the Wayuu culture as they have a matrilineal kinship structure.

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