by Archive New York
This pattern, digitally printed in the U.S.A. on 100% silk, originates from the village of Cotzal, Guatemala. The motif comes from a scrap of an antique women's huipil and is an integral part of the historical weaving of Cotzal. It represents a very small section of the huipil, and was turned into a repeated motif and printed photographically to show all of its handwoven detail.
- + Comes with a luxurious feather and down insert
- + Zipper closure
- + Dimensions: Length 18", Height 18"
- + Materials: 100% silk
- + Care: Dry clean only
- + Made in the USA
Archive New York is a Brooklyn-based textile collection founded in 2014 by Amira Marion, devoted to creating home and accessory collections from vintage and antique fabric remnants. They hunt down rare, unique textiles and transform them into an assemblage of radiantly colorful silk items. Most treasured are rich color palettes and textures.
Amira Marion was born and raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She attended Parsons School of Design in New York and Paris. After graduating, she worked for John Patrick Organic and designed accessories for Madewell 1937 before heading back for another stint in Paris to learn the language and begin research on a project that would turn into Archive New York.
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