During the last years we’ve seen a rise of mayan influence in the handcrafts industry. The more authentic, autochthonous and unique the pieces, the more value they have. With the production revolution, there have been a number of emerging craft brands that have created a voice for artisans around the world.
Today we want to highlight Archive New York, a brand based in Brooklyn and founded by Amira Marion. This home textile collection goes back to basics with style and quality. These textiles are fair-trade and use the original weaving process, so the quality is ultimate. Amira’s intention to preserve Mayan culture and heritage has created a working opportunity for Guatemalan artisans. See more from Archive in Clic stores and at clic.com.