Arteaga is an ethically produced womenswear brand featuring the finest fabrics, intricate workmanship, and artisan collaborations. Arteaga aims to preserve indigenous design practices, and highlight sustainability, longevity, and the exquisite.
Arteaga combines the finest fabrications and intricate workmanship with ethical and sustainable design practices. A result of cross-cultural collaborations between craftsmen and weavers from different parts of the world, the line’s essence and aesthetic is deeply rooted in authenticity, luxury and heritage.
Brooklyn based, Arteaga is an emerging womenswear brand featuring exceptional textiles, traditional apparel craftsmanship, and a global artistic influence. The Arteaga collection highlights the exquisite and is created for longevity: each piece is meant to be worn for years to come.
All of their collection is made in two small factories in Northern India. One of the factories is in Rajasthan, where they work with The Stitching Project, a Craftmark certified artisan that focusses on the work of the hand- handloom fabrics, hand block print and hand stitch. They believe that keeping worthwhile levels of wages going to traditional crafts people also keeps traditions alive and flourishing — we couldn’t be happier about this!
India, United States
charity involved, eco-friendly materials, female-owned, slow fashion, transparent supply chain
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