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by Adriana Santacruz - Colombia

Esfinge Shawl

Original price $738.00 - Original price $738.00
Original price
$738.00 - $738.00
Current price $738.00
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Magnificent and flowy, the Esfinge Shawl is a cleverly crafted product of bold stripes and long handmade vertical loom rectangles. Woven entirely from wool it is perfect all year round and will allow your body to move with ease and elegance. Made by Adriana Santacruz’s team of artisan women descended from the indigenous tribe Los Pastos, it is an emblem of cultural legacy and ancestral expertise embodied through fashion design.

Embrace contemporaneity, tradition, and versatility through this subtle and stylish piece.

Wool 100%

Front length: 49.21" (125cm)
Back length: 48.81" (124cm)
Weight: 2.33lb. (1.05kg)



  • Sustainable/Ethnic/Social.

This item will take 5 days to create. Once it is ready it will be delivered to you within 10-14 business days.

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For made to order items, please check the lead time on the product page.

If for any reason, you are unhappy with the item you ordered, you have 14 days to return or exchange it, as long as it is unused and is in perfect condition. Return shipping is free for orders above $100, and at the customer’s expense for orders below $100.
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  • Dry clean, Do not use detergent.
  • 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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