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Juchitan Huipil de Oaxaca

Juchitan Huipil de Oaxaca

Collectors Mexican Tehuana outfit black velvet por LivingTextiles

Collectors Mexican Tehuana outfit black velvet por LivingTextiles

Mexican Embroidered Skirt Tehuana Black Velvet by LivingTextiles, $550.00

Mexican Embroidered Skirt Tehuana Black Velvet by LivingTextiles, $550.00

Tehuantepec, vestido tipico - Mexico.

Tehuantepec, vestido tipico - Mexico.

Faldas y hupiles zapotecos que conforman el traje regional del Istmo de Tehuetepec, preciosamente bordados sobre terciopelo oscuro con brillantes motivos florales. Oaxaca, México

Faldas y hupiles zapotecos que conforman el traje regional del Istmo de Tehuetepec, preciosamente bordados sobre terciopelo oscuro con brillantes motivos florales. Oaxaca, México

Zapotec Nation- Mexico  late 20th century  cloth, commercially manufactured coloured thread  R1165.81    Weaving techniques, colours, and patterns identify the community of the wearer. This dramatic floral design is specific to a small area called the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. The skirt and blouse are made of black velvet to support the heavy embroidery.

Zapotec Nation- Mexico late 20th century cloth, commercially manufactured coloured thread R1165.81 Weaving techniques, colours, and patterns identify the community of the wearer. This dramatic floral design is specific to a small area called the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. The skirt and blouse are made of black velvet to support the heavy embroidery.

ALIA BILGRAMI Natural elegance  [mexican huipil - huipil is "a form of Maya textile and tunic or blouse worn by indigenous Mayan, Zapotec, and other women in central to southern Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador, and western Honduras]

ALIA BILGRAMI Natural elegance [mexican huipil - huipil is "a form of Maya textile and tunic or blouse worn by indigenous Mayan, Zapotec, and other women in central to southern Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador, and western Honduras]

Mixtec Huipil Oaxaca by Teyacapan, via Flickr

Mixtec Huipil Oaxaca by Teyacapan, via Flickr

Mexican Tehuantepec Huipil

Mexican Tehuantepec Huipil