ZEBRA DE LOS ANDES
Its name, dreaming of a zebra in the Andes, is inspired by the supercontinent Gondwana. This super wallka, as it is said in kichwa necklace, has the same size as the traditional walka of the Saraguros women's clothing and maintains the shape of circles, one within another until there are 50 rows, which indicates the notion of circular time, the PACHAKUTIK. Designed for lovers of fashion in black and white, with silver closures. It is hand-woven by artisans from the Center for Indigenous Women. The creation of this product takes approximately 35 hours of work.