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Trends | Mad for Mexico | Sept 2012

Social enterprise Tilonia recently expanded into Mexico to work with such artisan groups as Studio Xaquixe, which offers handblown, recycled glass tumblers, bottles and chargers produced by formerly unemployed youth. tilonia.com

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  • Designer Gary Cruz will debut his ¡Viva Mexico! rug collection at the New York International Carpet Show this month, and which incorporates traditional Mexican motifs. garycruzstudio.com
    Designer Gary Cruz will debut his ¡Viva Mexico! rug collection at the New York International Carpet Show this month, and which incorporates traditional Mexican motifs. garycruzstudio.com
  • The Chiapas design from designer Malene B was inspired by embroidered Mexican textiles and fashions. It’s in her Transitions collection, which is influenced by world cultures. maleneb.com
    The Chiapas design from designer Malene B was inspired by embroidered Mexican textiles and fashions. It’s in her Transitions collection, which is influenced by world cultures. maleneb.com
  • An authentic pattern handcrafted by the indigenous Huichol people of western central Mexico, the Mestizo Tallboy from designer Sami Hayek has an intricate bead pattern. espaciosamihayek.com
    An authentic pattern handcrafted by the indigenous Huichol people of western central Mexico, the Mestizo Tallboy from designer Sami Hayek has an intricate bead pattern. espaciosamihayek.com
  • Social enterprise Tilonia recently expanded into Mexico to work with such artisan groups as Studio Xaquixe, which offers handblown, recycled glass tumblers, bottles and chargers produced by formerly unemployed youth. tilonia.com
    Social enterprise Tilonia recently expanded into Mexico to work with such artisan groups as Studio Xaquixe, which offers handblown, recycled glass tumblers, bottles and chargers produced by formerly unemployed youth. tilonia.com
  • Mexican kitchenware company Hernán now offers food products as well, such as Mexican hot chocolate tablillas/squares, which have an intense cocoa flavor and gritty texture. hernanllc.com
    Mexican kitchenware company Hernán now offers food products as well, such as Mexican hot chocolate tablillas/squares, which have an intense cocoa flavor and gritty texture. hernanllc.com
  • MoMA Design Store focused on Mexico earlier this year for its Destination: Design series, and several products have been incorporated into the regular line, including the Paper Strip Vase. momastore.org
    MoMA Design Store focused on Mexico earlier this year for its Destination: Design series, and several products have been incorporated into the regular line, including the Paper Strip Vase. momastore.org