Gallery: Fábrica Social Helps Indigenous Mexican Women Preserve & Promo...

 
Tsotziles artisans from the Zinacantan community in Chiapas.

Fábrica Social (social factory) is a Mexican non-profit NGO focused on promoting creative and economic liberty for female textile artisans through the development of sustainable co-ops. Founded in 2006 by designers Emilienne Limón and Dulce Martinez, Fábrica Social conserves and strengthens traditional craftsmanship and commercializes the co-op’s products under a fair trade scheme through stores in Mexico and abroad, as well as in their own showroom which just opened last week in Mexico City’s hip Roma neighborhood.

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