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  • AGUA E LULO

    AGUA E LULO

    Founded in 2019 by Stephania Mejía, a creative designer with an extensive background in the fashion industry, Agua e Lulo preserves, promotes, and exhibits the ancestral traditions and stories of masterful Colombian artisans.

    Agua e Lulo combines the wisdom of traditional crafts with sophisticated materials and limitless imagination, to create belts and accessories for the contemporary woman, able to brighten up and transform a simple look with a little touch of colorful and masterful art.
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  • Cíclico

    Cíclico

    After working in one of the largest fashion retailers in Latin America, the four founders of Cíclico realized the damage this industry causes to the environment and decided to create a project to bring sustainable products of excellent design and quality to the wider public.

    With Cíclico, Santiago, Eduardo, Sergio and Miguel, use PET from recycled plastic bottles and cotton scraps from garment factories to produce fine artisanal products in Medellín, Colombia, such as aprons, throws, hammocks and t-shirts.
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  • Design Amour

    Design Amour

    Bound by a love for Colombian aesthetics and home design, friends Denise Akerman & Margarita Gomez started Design Amour in 2009, to bring a bit of their tropical lifestyle to the rest of the world.

    Convinced the world would be a better place if the spaces we inhabit were more inspiring, the two created a line of home decor pieces that enrich, inspire, and bring that little bit of love that makes a place come alive and shine.
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  • URA

    URA

    Inspired by the house she grew up in, Maria Elvira Ortega started creating linen napkins with fun embroideries for her family dinners. After much experimenting and in collaboration with master Colombian artisans, in 2020 she launched her first collection of tableware decor.

    Today, her brand Ura is a home and tableware brand that celebrates a good meal and a cozy home, creating conscious and timeless products using Colombian artisanal techniques that elevate traditions to a global contemporary aesthetic.
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  • Bougie

    Bougie

    Chemistry major Adeline Devos studied Raw Materials in Paris and was involved with a number of fashion events. Back in her native Colombia, she researched the toxic effects of paraffin and realized industrial candles are toxin-heavy and greatly damage the environment.

    She created Bougie to produce handmade candles to give every customer a moment of elegant peace, with an eye to the environment. Inspired by French “savoir-faire”, all candles are unique in their pastel hues, natural fragrances, and contemporary designs.
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  • Pomplon

    Pomplon

    Mother and daughter duo Hilda & Juliana started Pomplon as a personal desire for creative exploration and with the wish to fill the world with magic and color. Today, their brand explores traditional artisanal techniques from the Colombian textile world to turn them into unique pieces of contemporary design.

    Each creation is handcrafted by a wonderful team of women, who combine natural and synthetic fibers to create anything from fashion accessories to wall hangings full of positivity, funk, and color.
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  • Waraos Amazónicos

    Waraos Amazónicos

    In 2017, Luis David Colmenarez decided to research his ancestry and heritage with a trip to discover the environment and traditions of the indigenous people of the Orinoco region, in the Venezuelan and Colombian Amazon.

    His brand, Waraos Amazónicos was born with the goal to make the traditions of the natives of the Amazon known to the world, through crafts made with an eco-friendly process that conserves nature and protects the environment.
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  • OCHOINFINITO

    OCHOINFINITO

    Architect Carlos Garzón has always been passionate about the preservation of Colombian cultural heritage and the restoration of Colombian artisanal crafts.

    Since 2017, he has been channeling this passion into his brand OCHOINFINITO, creating beautiful utilitarian art, decor objects, and pieces of furniture exclusively in series of eight and inspired by the know-how of Colombian craftsmanship, valuing traditions and artisanal techniques.
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  • Baula

    Baula

    Mariana Laserna has always been passionate about fashion, the welfare of the planet and animals, which have always played a significant role in her life, so much so that she worked as a volunteer in different conservation projects helping endangered species.

    In 2019, after studying Fashion Management in SDA Bocconi School of Management, Mariana went back to her native Colombia and was motivated to create Baula, a brand of sustainable vegan bags inspired by endangered species.
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  • Tejido Primal

    Tejido Primal

    Inspired by their paternal grandparents who were weavers for over forty years, siblings Camilo and Carolina Giraldo founded Primal in 2015 in Bogotá, Colombia with the purpose of honoring the noble craft of weaving as an ancestral, creative, and abundant art form.

    All of Primal’s products are weaved on traditional looms with sustainable Colombian materials by expert artisan hands, to counter the effects of fast fashion merchandise that has disconnected us from our roots and ancestral culture.
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  • Natural Artesanías

    Natural Artesanías

    Natural Artesanías is a social enterprise with a passion for handicrafts and preserving artisan communities around Colombia. Using a wide variety of natural fibers, its over 25 artisans create high-quality, fair-trade designs that celebrate Colombia’s forgotten territories, biodiversity and richness of vegetable fibers.

    Placing people above profit, Natural Artesanías reinvest all of its income into developing Colombian crafts and helping artisans improve their quality of life.
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  • Teiruma Collection

    Teiruma Collection

    Teriuma’s concept was born from founder Jessica Strellec’s passion for different cultures, colors, customs, and art. Conceived from a will to mix art, color, and social work, Jessica decided to work directly with Colombian artisans starting with the Wayuu community in La Guajira.

    Her passionate work has expanded to other communities that work with her to co-create products using the Mochilas method, combining different materials like crochet, brass and iraca palm with leather to create exquisite bags and kitchenware.
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  • Seesé Ilumina

    Seesé Ilumina

    Irene Arango founded Seesé Ilumina with a clear goal in mind: generating feelings of visual and mental well-being in a world as technological as ours and reviving the ancient craft of natural fiber weaving by empowering local artisans through fair labor opportunities and a sustainable environmental impact.

    Seesé Ilumina’s handmade lighting is the fruit of the collaboration of many expert hands from different states across Colombia. From the designs to the weaving and the electrical system, all contribute to the creation of cozy, warm, and innovative light features.
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  • Sincreto

    Sincreto

    Sincreto is a concrete studio started by Aislinn Ross, a visual artist from Bogotá, Colombia over the course of 2020. In response to the overwhelming time spent at home and in confinement, Aislinn developed a series of kitchenware items, vases and decorative objects using concrete.

    By bringing a material normally associated with industry and functionality into the core of the house, the artist pushes us to rethink the very idea of home.
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  • Morii

    Morii

    A luxury candle brand, Morii translates as the desire to capture a fleeting moment in time and this is exactly what husband and wife duo Jorge and Gisella want their customers to experience when burning their products.

    Each one of Morii’s pieces is handmade in Barranquilla, Colombia, in collaboration with master artisans and using hand-blown glass. Join Morii on its great adventure to travel the world through the senses, treasuring precious moments, places and souls.
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  • Behar

    Behar

    Established by Veronica and Valerie Behar, two sisters with a passion for good taste and pride for their Colombian heritage, BEHAR was born out of a will to create beautifully-curated, luxury board games made from sustainable materials.

    With the help of master artisans who use sustainable leather and wood to create their beautiful pieces, BEHAR generates a social and environmental impact through the power of design, while honoring the legacy of the sisters’ family, their roots and their country.
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  • Alfonso Mendoça Atelier

    Alfonso Mendoça Atelier

    Born in Lorica, Córdoba, a small town on the Colombian Caribbean coast, artist and designer Alfonso Mendoça is now a household name in the international design sphere.

    Dedicated to industrial and fashion design, as well as painting and wood sculpture, he set up his eponymous design firm over ten years ago, which has been featured in important magazines such as Vogue, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar and Marie Claire Latin America.
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  • Adriana Santacruz

    Adriana Santacruz

    Fashion designer Adriana Santacruz defines her work as “abstract art, lightness of constructivism and spirituality”. With indigenous communities in southern Colombia, she creates beautiful fashion for the avant-garde woman, who seeks in her timeless garments a form of expression that unites contemporaneity, versatility and perfection.

    Since its birth the brand has been building a bridge between ancestral knowledge and art, where design and craft techniques developed by generations of indigenous communities of Los Pastos continue to be brought to life.
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  • Sara y Flora

    Sara y Flora

    In the words of Sara Hill, the Creative Director of Bucaramanga-based jewelry brand Sara & Flora, “jewelry is an art of expression,” an opportunity to send a love message to yourself and to not be afraid of falling and starting over.

    Each timeless piece is created through a circular comprehensive and investigative process of the environment, followed by an experimental deconstruction of traditional Colombian jewelry-making techniques that culminate in unique and contemporary designs.
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  • OSLÉ Home Decor

    OSLÉ Home Decor

    Created by architect Melissa Janiot, an interior design lover, OSLÉ was born from the will to explore the idea of home and what that entails. The name OSLÉ itself encapsulates this as it is a family surname that represents tradition, union, and home.

    Whether it be a brightly colored tablecloth, vibrant napkin, or a tropical-themed table runner, OSLÉ’s products exude the smells, sights, tastes, and warmth of Colombia and bring its wild flora and fauna to life at your table.
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  • Silvestre Artesanos

    Silvestre Artesanos

    Enamored with the rich cultural landscape of their motherland, Colombia, the founders of Silvestre Artesanos made a pact to trawl every corner of their geography to transform the infinite herbs, barks, vines, and fibers of the land into exquisite artisanal products.

    From the Andean moors, along the Caribbean coast, and deep inside the Amazon, Silvestre Artesanos brings you beautiful baskets & lampshades handwoven by small artisan communities who bring their past traditions and the heart of Colombia into your homes.
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  • Nonna

    Nonna

    Named after the Italian word for grandmother, Nonna was born from a passion for weaving and Macramé, when Colombian physiotherapist Jenniffer Martinez decided to leave her career to prioritise family time. She began studying the origins of weaving and dedicated her time to creating a variety of decorative pieces made with 100% cotton natural fibers.

    Today Nonna offers a range of beautifully hand-crafted items made by Jenniffer herself, that aims to create and personalize unique spaces that generate a sense of well-being.
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  • Ana Buendia

    Ana Buendia

    Industrial and textile designer Ana Buendia became one of the first Colombian fashion bloggers to document her work in the textile industry. She soon started collaborating with magazines on visual merchandising, before launching her own sustainable jewelry brand, Ana Buendia.

    Today, she specializes in silver vermeil and gold-plated silver jewelry, with an exclusive touch given by the juxtaposition of conflict-free gemstones such as Colombian emeralds, all designed and produced in her workshop in Bogotá.
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  • Salvárea

    Salvárea

    Colombian designers and friends Mariana Eichmann and Daniela Hernández de Alba have always shared a passion for Colombia’s ecological riches and created Salvárea as a sustainable jewelry brand that treasures and protects the ecological riches of the Colombian territory.

    With their collections, they express the love and amazement they feel for their nature, through jewelry consciously produced from recycled materials and by actively contributing to the conservation of Colombia’s ecosystems with the sale of each piece.
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  • Matamba Artesanal

    Matamba Artesanal

    Industrial designer Jennibeth Iguarán and textile designer Juanita Gil worked together for four years with Colombian artisanal communities before branching out to set up their own brand, Matamba Artesanal, in 2020.

    Thanks to their close personal relationship with several master artisans, Jennibeth & Juanita co-create slick and timeless designs of tote bags, backpacks, and clothing, using ancestral techniques like crocheting and loom weaving, which helps preserve the artisans’ culture and identity while striking a careful balance between tradition and innovation.
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  • Manik

    Manik

    When her sister experienced postpartum depression, Erika Londoño embarked on a journey of healing with her. Inspired by the Sioux culture of dreamcatchers, they started exploring the healing power of creating with your hands.

    Since its inception in 2015, their brand Manik has expanded beyond the sisters’ native Medellin, Colombia, to offer decorative healing objects such as dreamcatchers and hanging looms that seek to generate positive change in those who search for self-healing.
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  • Casatrama

    Casatrama

    Paula Soto had been passionate about handmade crafts since childhood, and when she started dating her future husband José during University, she got him involved in her dream of setting up a business.

    Casatrama was born in 2016 from the love of Paula and José, for each other but also for their culture and sustainable design. Using traditional techniques and recycled fibers, they develop beautiful objects of interior decor such as stools, low tables, magazine holders, and lamps.
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  • Alta Estudio

    Alta Estudio

    Industrial and product designer Alejandro Tapias studied in Europe before moving back to his native Colombia to set up Alta Estudio and create beautiful, utilitarian objects with the help of master artisans from the country’s diverse cultural landscape.

    Working with indigenous communities, Alejandro designs stunning objects of home decor, which tell stories, maintain traditions and identities and encapsulate in themselves the stunning landscapes, climates, resources, and history of the places where they were made.
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