Authentic handcrafted accessories for the modern conscious fashionista, emiLime was created by fashion anthropologist Emily E. Green. Is a synthesis of modern style and traditional techniques at Flechada.
Made In: Peru Designer From: Peru
In 2009 after stumbling upon Peruvian artisans while travel in South America, Emily fell in love with the inspiring history, architecture, culture and people. Feeling an instant connection to the country, she quickly decided to move to Lima without any cohesive plan other than wanting to start a business fulfilling her dream of making beautiful things. The emiLime´s accessories are a blend of modern style and traditional techniques combined with the high quality that is synonymous with artisanal production. Using only natural materials, emiLime fashions a unique, handmade style supported by a collective artisan story about the inspirational process from inception to creation.
The world has become a global market, and it is easy to feel disconnected to the things we purchase. emiLime strives to be involved in every element of production, from material sourcing to working directly with the artisans who hand craft every emiLime item. Emily truly believes that handcrafted accessories allow your body to transform into a canvas. Each of her pieces is one of a kind, making it a unique story of living history. Blending ancient technique with modern design is nothing new, but by telling the history of why something has progressed into what it is today, it provides a deeper look into the emiLime product that was born out of a traditional craft that has been ingrained by a thriving culture.
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