Easter 2014What's New
1 Chicken Soup, 3 Exotic Meals
Looking for holiday presents with some global goodwill? Mexchic’s handcrafted fashion and home accessories are elegant, exotic, and socially responsible.
Napkins in pinkset of 4
Beat the winter chill with a cozy cardigan in soft merino wool.
“Heritage” sweater in merino wool
By the time she moved to Malinalco, Mexico, in 2005, designer Christina
Hattler had been hand-sewing
original dresses for more than 15 years and was eager for a change. Inspired by her new community, she founded Mexchic, offering fashion and home accessories made exclusively by local artisans. To produce its unique pieces, the company works with more than two dozen craftspeople, rigorously adhering to the just-labor standards set by the World Fair Trade Organization. “Our goal has always been to offer beautifully designed products,” Hattler explains, “made by fairly paid, highly skilled Mexican artisans.”
During the month of October, Mexchic will donate five percent of purchases made by customers using the keyword DOMINO to El Rincón, a Malinalco charity devoted to helping the women and children of local families torn apart by the immigration crisis.
He made this!
Smile-inducing throw pillows, embroidered in animal motifs with witty poms or tassels.