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Meet The Artisans


In 2009 Pola and Libia set out on a mission to discover and revive the textile traditions of Chiapas, Mexico, a land of endless cultural richness perpetuated through the centuries by generations of master artisans perfecting their weaving techniques.

Today, their brand Colorindio works with over 250 craftsmen and women, who skillfully weave their traditions, stories, symbology, and identity into each piece, which is designed by them with Pola’s help and supervision.

This results in Colorindio’s stunning biannual collections, each distinguished by the range of colors and patterns. Within the collections, cushion covers, blankets, throws, rugs, and tableware give a taste of the various techniques and regional specialties involved, from brocade to embroidery, from pedal loom to waist loom.

Weaving stories of ancient cultures through the fabric, Colorindio is not just a brand, rather a whole attitude towards life, based on rescuing the tradition of weaving as a way of holding on to Mexico's cultural diversity. Bridging old processes and current trends, innovation with adaptation, Colorindio reclaims past traditions within every stitch lovingly set by the experienced hands of its artisans.