Adriana Santacruz

Adriana Santacruz begins with tradition and sustainability in order to combine contemporaneity and versatility. The objective is to build a bridge between art and ancestral knowledge, where craft techniques and design blend together. Our proposition transmits the passion of indigenous communities from the south of Colombia, that incorporate their cultural heritage into textiles.
Cacica
272,80 
Falda Frida
308,00 
Esfinge
468,00 
Cardenal
409,00 
Paloma
383,00 
Poligono
301,00 
Halcon
356,00 
Tucan
376,00 
Dama Del Lago
348,00 
Cara Y Sello
433,00 
Senderos
554,00 
Japones
470,00 
Yin Yang
319,00 
Manto de Luz
319,00 
Cardenal
433,00 

ABOUT THE BRAND

 

Some of the events where we have participated: Colombia moda, Bogotá, Fashion Week, Vancouver Fashion Week, Slow Fashion Week in Chile, World Fashion Week Paris among others. We have been awarded and recognized by several organizations such as the Istituto Marangoni in Italy, the Colombian government through several of its organizations, and international and local magazines.

We have our own stores and sell in concept stores in Colombia. Outside we sell in the Popular Art Museum in CDMX, Urban Zen in NYC, and small boutiques around the United States and Europe.

The Artisans

Ancestral techniques have been our inspiration and our road into fashion.
Our designer’s style is the combination of those weaving techniques that involve not only a method of weaving but also a spiritual legacy, and her knowledge of design.
We care about our world. The materials used to weave are cotton, wool and now recycled plastic, with processes that only involve the loom and its weavers gathered around the stove. Fully conscious procedures in balance with the environment.