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by Matamba Artesanal - Colombia

Camino Tunic

Original price $239.00 - Original price $239.00
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$239.00 - $239.00
Current price $239.00
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A summertime essential, the Camino Tunic is an airy cotton tunic with classy sand lines over an off-white base. Woven by hand on a horizontal loom by artisans in Bogotá, each item is woven and then dyed individually making it completely unique. A classic, wide, easy silhouette for warm weather, to cover up on the beach or drape over jeans, it will become your most-loved item of the season.


Length: 48" (120cm)
Width: 24" (60cm)
Shoulder: 6" (15cm)
Neckline: 3" (7cm)
Armhole: 11" (28cm)
Side slits: 12" (30cm)
Weight: 0.81lb (0.37kg)


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  • Handwash preferably or machine wash in a delicate cycle and soft soap in a mesh washing bag.
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    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. Read more
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