It is raining again in Rome.
Muy Marcottage: Italian Exhibit.
In Search of Disappearing Huipiles in Coban + Huipil Collar Mirrors + The Huipiles Exhibit at the Museo de Alameda + Sosa’s artwork to get TV viewership + Huipiles at the Museo Alameda: There is nothing to celebrate + This is the Huipil you won’t see at the Museo Alameda’s “Huipiles: A Celebration“.
This huipil, exhibited at the Museo Textil de Oaxaca, is part of Remigio Mestas’s collection of Oaxacan textiles. Recycled Huipil Wristlet + Sewing Lesson: Making a Huipil From Indigenous Cloth + How to size huipiles + W!ld Moon Woman boutique.
Frida Kahlo by Leo Matiz
Frida Kahlo, her real look, on display in Mexico
Back-strap loom weaver + Mexican Embroidery + Embroidery detail from the Panajachel huipil mercado + Silkworms in Oaxaca + Nim Po’t, home of the world’s largest retail Maya textile collection, is a consignment store that provides a retail museum showcase for hundreds of indigenous suppliers + Mexican weavings + Weaving, embroidery and other textile arts are practiced by the Mayan people in a traditional manner for both everyday use and to sell.
Other: Chiara Pilar Photography.