We sat down with Eulalia Chonay of artisanal brand, Kemon Collection, to learn more about her inspiration to support Maya Kachiquel women from her hometown through fair and dignified work opportunities based on a business model that tries to build on and transform the existing weaving culture. Explore and shop the resulting products below!
The Mission of Kemon Collection is to create work opportunities for Guatemalan a...
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Help Amano Scale Its Impact
By Brooke Loving Bagwell | March 16, 2021
I believe that some of the world’s biggest challenges can be solved through fair and dignified work opportunities and through social enterprise. That’s why I launched Amano Marketplace back in September– to support Latin American artisans in reaching a new audience, virtually.
While Amano Marke...
My Name Is Flaviana& this is the story of how I started working with Maya Traditions
My name is Flaviana.
I have eight children - four daughters and four sons. I am from Chirijox, Solola, Guatemala. My mother taught me how to weave when I was 13 years old.
I first wove a simple weaving, and then she taught me how to weave figures.