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Batará

$1,000,000

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The batara jacket is constructed giving special attention to detail. Made with over 60.000 beads that sum up over 210 hours of handmade work, this unique piece is the result of a collaboration between the designer and an indigenous community from Putumayo, Colombia. Made to order.
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Batará de Cocha

$1,000,000

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The batara jacket is made to order and constructed giving special attention to detail. Made with over 60.000 beads that sum up over 210 hours of handmade work, this unique piece is the result of a collaboration between the designer and an indigenous community from Putumayo, Colombia.
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Episcopus

$1,000,000

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Episcopus is made to order and created with special attention to detail using first-class fabrics and constructed by skilled hands. This is the result of a collaboration between the designer and the indigenous community “Inga” from the Sibundoy valley in Putumayo, Colombia.
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Ibis

$1,000,000

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The Ibis jacket is made out of white denim and created with special attention to detail using first-class fabrics and constructed by skilled hands. This is the result of a collaboration between the designer and the indigenous community "Inga" from the Sibundoy valley in Putumayo, Colombia.
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Tangara

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The Tangara jacket is made to order and constructed giving special attention to detail. Made with over 32.000 beads that sum up over 210 hours of handmade work, this unique piece is the result of a collaboration between the designer and an indigenous community from Putumayo, Colombia.
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Walker

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Caminera is made to order and created with special attention to detail using first-class fabrics and constructed by skilled hands. This is the result of a collaboration between the designer and the indigenous community “Inga” from the Sibundoy valley in Putumayo, Colombia.
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