At ALLE we celebrate and support the Mexican artisans who are the foundation of our store and who have the vast experience in tooling leather by hand with an ancient technique that is inherited from generation to generation. They work from home, which gives them the great advantage of being surrounded by their family while having a source of income to support their loved ones. We work with the "Slow-Fashion" concept, meaning working the items one by one with patience and dedication, paying extreme attention to details. When you buy an item in our store, you are not only buying a simple item, but you are buying a moment in the life of the artisan.
We are also very fortunate to be able to count on seamstresses who produce handmade beachwear, from making their own fabric on looms, to hand embroidering and fraying the garments, all made from the home of these wonderful women surrounded by their family, thus generating income to be able to support to their loved ones.
The women who do the embroidery by hand are indigenous women from Chiapas, Mexico who have been able to capture in these embroideries, their traditions, techniques, and art that they have inherited from generation to generation. So let's be generous in helping these women continue with their businesses and at the same time be able to look extremely beautiful and chic wearing these beach models in your next vacation, honeymoon, beach wedding or even anniversary.
Our garments are made for all body types and styles. Our beachwear collections are made with organic materials such as raw cotton, which we use in 98% of our models. We also apply the Slow-Fashion concept, which means working each garment one by one with patience and dedication, thus achieving perfection on every detail. Each garment has its own history and the personal stamp of each woman involved in the process.
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"When you buy a handcrafted item, you are actually buying much more than a simple object. You are buying hours and days of hard work, a piece of heart, a moment in the life of the Artisan"