The Embroidery Project
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION PROGRAM TO EMPOWERING INDIGENOUS WOMEN THROUGH THEIR CRAFTS:
The Embroidery Project was created in 2018 in order to reduce poverty and inequality in Mexico, beginning with the state of Oaxaca.
Our vision is to be a Latin American role model in combating social and economic inequality, recognized globally.
To this end, we work in an economic sector that builds on the expertise of the local community, textile craftsmanship.
OUR PHILANTHROPY PROGRAM IN 3 INITIATIVES:
Exchanging knowledge to create employment through unique babywear:
In partnership with Cooperative of Women, our mission is to create exclusive fashion designs on which artisans can showcase their creative talent while providing an income for their families.
We know these women come from disadvantaged communities; therefore we also create strategic alliances with organizations that help us to ensure fair wages and sustainable relationship with artisans.
Promoting and preserving their cultural heritage
Indigenous communities are custodians of unique textile craftsmanship, whose skills and production systems are passed down over generations from grandparents to grandsons and granddaughters.
Sadly, over the past few years, indigenous communities have been suffering cultural appropriation in the fashion industry without any kind of intellectual or economical recognition.
We guarantee each community we are working with, that their cultural heritage will not only be recognized, but also actively promoted in our social medial platforms together with artisans that created our collections.
Bridging talented artisan in rural communities in Latin America with consumers across the world
Our aim is to bring ethical and stylish fashion for babies and toddler with a story: by giving these remarkable but isolated rural collectives access to a wider market, our business and our customers will be supporting the development of environmentally