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VINTAGE Michelle Adams
White Guatemalan Huipil
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CARE Professional cleaning recommended.
COLOR cream/red/blue/multi
CONDITION some dirt marks near bottom
DIMENSIONS 31.5''L x 50.5''H; folded, 24.5"H
MADE OF cotton
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
Michelle Adams is a creative consultant specializing in the growth of brands that speak to today's design-minded consumer. She currently advises a select group of clients, assisting with art direction and conceptualizing collections, developing sharpened brand experiences, and communicating with consumers in more meaningful ways. In 2013, she was enlisted as the editor in chief of domino magazine, helping relaunch the brand with an integrated web and commerce presence. Previously, she teamed up in 2011 with the Meredith Corporation to create TRADhome, and in 2009 she cofounded Lonny magazine, a trailblazer in the online-shelter-magazine category. She is also the founder of Rubie Green, an organic-textile company. Adams has made several appearances on The Nate Berkus Show and has been featured in Vanity Fair; O, The Oprah Magazine; and The New York Times. She was named one of Media Industry Newsletter’s People to Watch in 2012, and is an advisory board member of Artfully Walls and Mercer School of Interior Design.
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The huipil, or blouse, is a traditional female costume that has been worn across the Mesoamerican region since before the Spanish colonization. This loose-fitting tunic remains the most common garment worn by indigenous Mesoamerican women today, particularly the Mayas in Guatemala. Huipiles are created on a backstrap loom and heavily decorated with woven designs. This one has open side seams.