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Maydi exclusively selects noble materials

Such as merino wool from Argentine Patagonia —including spun spinning—, mohair, Argentine Puna llama, baby alpaca, cotton, raw silk, linen and bamboo.
Among the main materials used Argentine organic merino stands out. It’s comparable with precious fibers (such as cashmere and alpaca) for its finesse, brightness and softness. Thus, the particular Merino® wool that she uses is backed by a productive process that takes care of environment, animal´s and development of people and organizations that participate in the entire value chain.
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Maydi exclusively selects noble materials

Such as merino wool from Argentine Patagonia —including spun spinning—, mohair, Argentine Puna llama, baby alpaca, cotton, raw silk, linen and bamboo.
Among the main materials used Argentine organic merino stands out. It’s comparable with precious fibers (such as cashmere and alpaca) for its finesse, brightness and softness. Thus, the particular Merino® wool that she uses is backed by a productive process that takes care of environment, animal´s and development of people and organizations that participate in the entire value chain.
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Reconnecting with the ancestral

Proposes reconnecting with the ancestral transmission imbricated in manual textiles, in a contemporary way and making her creations known to the whole world.
Considers that each piece is the story that the artisan is telling in their piece: for this reason they are unique works.
Affirms as her greatest challenge that young people preserve their identity by learning these techniques.

Reconnecting with the ancestral

Proposes reconnecting with the ancestral transmission imbricated in manual textiles, in a contemporary way and making her creations known to the whole world.
Considers that each piece is the story that the artisan is telling in their piece: for this reason they are unique works.
Affirms as her greatest challenge that young people preserve their identity by learning these techniques.
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Adheres to principles of fair trade

For that reason, her designs assure an equitable retribution to the Argentine local artisans of Buenos Aires province, with whom she develops and produces in collaboration; as well as respect for the legacy of their craft and art.
Improves workplace security conditions, encouraging them to work from their own homes, while ensuring their rights and dignity with transparency.

Promotes equality of opportunities for craftswomen:

Maydi considers that they are a clear affirmation women’s importance as social transmitters of life and culture.
Promotes craftsmanship by revaluing two ancestral techniques: loom and crochet. Weaving loom is one of the oldest cultural traditions of aboriginal peoples. Crochet originates in ancient techniques of South America, Arabia and China, having first found evidence in s. XVI Europe.

Adheres to principles of fair trade

For that reason, her designs assure an equitable retribution to the Argentine local artisans of Buenos Aires province, with whom she develops and produces in collaboration; as well as respect for the legacy of their craft and art.
Improves workplace security conditions, encouraging them to work from their own homes, while ensuring their rights and dignity with transparency.

Promotes equality of opportunities for craftswomen:

Maydi considers that they are a clear affirmation women’s importance as social transmitters of life and culture.
Promotes craftsmanship by revaluing two ancestral techniques: loom and crochet. Weaving loom is one of the oldest cultural traditions of aboriginal peoples. Crochet originates in ancient techniques of South America, Arabia and China, having first found evidence in s. XVI Europe.