Trends: Mad for Mexico
August 30, 2012,
Espacio Sami Hayek
It may be centuries old, but the rich history of handcrafted work in Mexico provides a fertile resource for today's designers and manufacturers. Whether made in Mexico by local artisans or inspired by them, these products incorporate the intricate patterns, saturated colors and traditional motifs for which the country is known. --Andrea Lillo
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