San Juan Cancuc Men's Huipil
This exquisite tunic, also known as a Huipil, the traditional garment worn by Maya women, was made in the village of San Juan Cancuc in Chiapas. This huipil is a man's garment, it is narrower than the ones worn by women.
This huipil was hand woven from 100% cotton and embroidered using a traditional technique from the region.
Textiles of this quality are rare finds, and are never duplicated so you will never find another one just like this.
This garment measures 78cm long by 54cm wide, it is intended to have a loose, open fit.
Handmade in Mexico
LUZ Collection was born from wanderlust and curiosity. The LUZ catalogue reflects a commitment to work with artisans using natural materials and traditional techniques.
Handmade with intention
LUZ works directly with artists in various regions of Mexico to bring its own designs to life and to source traditional designs. Although LUZ Collection is not certified free trade, we make every effort to work using fair trade guidelines.