Naturally beautiful and distinctly bold, Cochineal dye has been used by the the Zapotecs for centuries, resulting in every red tone from pale pink to the deepest wine. The true black color that contrasts the red is achieved by dying gray wool with a dried pod that grows on a local tree called huizache.
From your weekday commute to weekend adventures, the Ludi Purse takes you where you want to go in bold style and subtle sophistication, with enough room for all of your essentials and more.
The Estrellas pattern features a repeated Zapotec diamond design in deep shades of red and purple.
The features: soft leather lining, two inner pockets, zipper closure.
The purpose of MZ is to perpetuate the beautiful artistry of the designers, makers, and artisans in Oaxaca, Mexico by connecting them with socially conscious consumers around the globe. With a focus on traditional craftspeople and marginalized groups who are making their living from handmade items, MZ strives to make a positive impact by nurturing lasting relationships and always abiding by fair trade principles. Each MZ item holds an element of discovery. From the significance of the traditional designs, to the bold color combinations, and most importantly, the distinct story of the artisan who made it.