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  • givecredit_ - #Givecredit. @givecredit_ 6 hours ago
  • #repost @carrysomers
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To illustrate my previous post, for those who don’t know Otomi embroidery (you will have seen me wearing my beautiful skirts from @draco_tradicion_textil made in Tenango de Doria on many occasions in previous posts) I’ll let you make up your minds as to whether this goes beyond mere inspiration.
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What is clear is that we need to protect the intellectual property of indigenous groups and communities, particularly in rural areas, and give designers a framework within which to operate. We need clearer guidelines on benefit sharing, as well as finding ways to encourage co-creation and collaboration.  I’m not sure I’ve seen any policies from brands regarding Intellectual Property when researching for the Fashion Transparency Index. And we need transparency, so we know #whomademyclothes.
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But at the end of the day, when these embroideries take many months to complete, will the relentless speed of our fashion system continue to push brands towards appropriating designs and making them cheaper and faster outside of the communities who created them?
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Posted @withrepost • @givecredit_ Solidarity with Mexico 🇲🇽
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We ask @carolinaherrera to #GiveCredit and compensate the Mexican artisans from Tenango de Doria. Please share this campaign and help us to end up the cultural appropiation in fashion.

Photos - Carolina Herrera Resort 2020
-  Traditional tenango piece embroidered by artisan Elvira Clemente Gomez at her home in Santa Monica, Tenango de Doria, Hidalgo, Mexico.
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Tenango is a style of embroidery which originated in the Tenango de Doria municipality in the Mexican state of Hidalgo. It is a commercialized version of traditional Otomi embroidery, which was developed in the 1960s in response to an economic crisis. It is estimated at over 1,200 artisans practice the craft in Tenango de Doria and San Bartolo Tutotepec. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tenango_embroidery
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#carolinaherrera #culturalappropriation #mexicosinplagio #méxicosinplagio #patrimoniocultural #otomi #imadeyourclothes #yohiceturopa #slowfashion #modasostenible #modalenta #sustainablefashion #tenango #tenangodedoria #artisan #intellectualproperty #ethicalfashion #modaslow #repost @carrysomers ・・・ To illustrate my previous post, for those who don’t know Otomi embroidery (you will have seen me wearing my beautiful skirts from @draco_tradicion_textil made in Tenango de Doria on many occasions in previous posts) I’ll let you make up your minds as to whether this goes beyond mere inspiration. . What is clear is that we need to protect the intellectual property of indigenous groups and communities, particularly in rural areas, and give designers a framework within which to operate. We need clearer guidelines on benefit sharing, as well as finding ways to encourage co-creation and collaboration. I’m not sure I’ve seen any policies from brands regarding Intellectual Property when researching for the Fashion Transparency Index. And we need transparency, so we know #whomademyclothes. . But at the end of the day, when these embroideries take many months to complete, will the relentless speed of our fashion system continue to push brands towards appropriating designs and making them cheaper and faster outside of the communities who created them? . Posted @withrepost@givecredit_ Solidarity with Mexico 🇲🇽 . We ask @carolinaherrera to #givecredit and compensate the Mexican artisans from Tenango de Doria. Please share this campaign and help us to end up the cultural appropiation in fashion. Photos - Carolina Herrera Resort 2020 - Traditional tenango piece embroidered by artisan Elvira Clemente Gomez at her home in Santa Monica, Tenango de Doria, Hidalgo, Mexico. . Tenango is a style of embroidery which originated in the Tenango de Doria municipality in the Mexican state of Hidalgo. It is a commercialized version of traditional Otomi embroidery, which was developed in the 1960s in response to an economic crisis. It is estimated at over 1,200 artisans practice the craft in Tenango de Doria and San Bartolo Tutotepec. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tenango_embroidery . . #carolinaherrera #culturalappropriation #mexicosinplagio #méxicosinplagio #patrimoniocultural #otomi #imadeyourclothes #yohiceturopa #slowfashion #modasostenible #modalenta #sustainablefashion #tenango #tenangodedoria #artisan #intellectualproperty #ethicalfashion #modaslow
  • #repost @carrysomers ・・・ To illustrate my previous post, for those who don’t know Otomi embroidery (you will have seen me wearing my beautiful skirts from @draco_tradicion_textil made in Tenango de Doria on many occasions in previous posts) I’ll let you make up your minds as to whether this goes beyond mere inspiration. . What is clear is that we need to protect the intellectual property of indigenous groups and communities, particularly in rural areas, and give designers a framework within which to operate. We need clearer guidelines on benefit sharing, as well as finding ways to encourage co-creation and collaboration. I’m not sure I’ve seen any policies from brands regarding Intellectual Property when researching for the Fashion Transparency Index. And we need transparency, so we know #whomademyclothes. . But at the end of the day, when these embroideries take many months to complete, will the relentless speed of our fashion system continue to push brands towards appropriating designs and making them cheaper and faster outside of the communities who created them? . Posted @withrepost@givecredit_ Solidarity with Mexico 🇲🇽 . We ask @carolinaherrera to #givecredit and compensate the Mexican artisans from Tenango de Doria. Please share this campaign and help us to end up the cultural appropiation in fashion. Photos - Carolina Herrera Resort 2020 - Traditional tenango piece embroidered by artisan Elvira Clemente Gomez at her home in Santa Monica, Tenango de Doria, Hidalgo, Mexico. . Tenango is a style of embroidery which originated in the Tenango de Doria municipality in the Mexican state of Hidalgo. It is a commercialized version of traditional Otomi embroidery, which was developed in the 1960s in response to an economic crisis. It is estimated at over 1,200 artisans practice the craft in Tenango de Doria and San Bartolo Tutotepec. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tenango_embroidery . . #carolinaherrera #culturalappropriation #mexicosinplagio #méxicosinplagio #patrimoniocultural #otomi #imadeyourclothes #yohiceturopa #slowfashion #modasostenible #modalenta #sustainablefashion #tenango #tenangodedoria #artisan #intellectualproperty #ethicalfashion #modaslow
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  • moda_a_parte - ModapArte @moda_a_parte 21 hours ago
  • Boa tarde gente!!! Essa lindeza foi reconhecida por recepcionar os clientes sempre com simpatia!!!
Eu sempre gostei de animais, especialmente cachorro, mas virei dona de casa fui morar em um apartamento e pensava "de jeito nenhum, imagina o trabalhão"
Foi então que meu filho começou a pedir um cachorrinho, fui então amolecendo o coração e analisando a ideia. Corri e fui consultar meu irmão @orjjales que é veterinário e ele foi me orientando sobre a responsabilidade de ter um animalzinho "se for para abandonar depois é melhor nem pegar!!!", sou grata a delicadeza e clareza dele😂
Então ele sugeriu essa coisinha aí que havia sofrido maus tratos, levou uma provável paulada. Além da fratura estava seriamente comprometida com diversos outros problemas, ficou 60 dias em recuperação, uma guerreira cheia de amor para dar!  Educadinha e com carinha de "me ama e deixa eu te amar". Na medida certa do amor, ela chegou, mega assustada, passou por uns outros bocados aqui em casa depois de eu ter esquecido comida sobre a mesa e o lixo na área de serviço ( afinal, ela se virou assim por muito tempo, perfeitamente compreensível). Pensa numa garotinha que sofreu, ô judição. Depois de uma gastrite agudíssima, dias e dias em tratamento, teve dermatite e sofreu pra cachorro (socorro!!!)
Mas no final, deu tudo certo! Até que enfim neh??😅
Hiper carinhosa, muito apegada a nós, obediente, mansinha e morta de fome😂
Ela merece ou não merece ainda mais títulos???
Já ia me esquecendo, o nome dela é Sky! Nome de um dos personagens do desenho Patrulha Canina um dos favoritos do meu filho!!!
É um Céu mesmo gente, parte da família!!! Não compre, adote!!! É amor infinito e de graça😍
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#adoteumcão #adotarebom #slowfashionworld #modalenta #modajusta #eusoukaratekid #sustentabilidade Boa tarde gente!!! Essa lindeza foi reconhecida por recepcionar os clientes sempre com simpatia!!! Eu sempre gostei de animais, especialmente cachorro, mas virei dona de casa fui morar em um apartamento e pensava "de jeito nenhum, imagina o trabalhão" Foi então que meu filho começou a pedir um cachorrinho, fui então amolecendo o coração e analisando a ideia. Corri e fui consultar meu irmão @orjjales que é veterinário e ele foi me orientando sobre a responsabilidade de ter um animalzinho "se for para abandonar depois é melhor nem pegar!!!", sou grata a delicadeza e clareza dele😂 Então ele sugeriu essa coisinha aí que havia sofrido maus tratos, levou uma provável paulada. Além da fratura estava seriamente comprometida com diversos outros problemas, ficou 60 dias em recuperação, uma guerreira cheia de amor para dar! Educadinha e com carinha de "me ama e deixa eu te amar". Na medida certa do amor, ela chegou, mega assustada, passou por uns outros bocados aqui em casa depois de eu ter esquecido comida sobre a mesa e o lixo na área de serviço ( afinal, ela se virou assim por muito tempo, perfeitamente compreensível). Pensa numa garotinha que sofreu, ô judição. Depois de uma gastrite agudíssima, dias e dias em tratamento, teve dermatite e sofreu pra cachorro (socorro!!!) Mas no final, deu tudo certo! Até que enfim neh??😅 Hiper carinhosa, muito apegada a nós, obediente, mansinha e morta de fome😂 Ela merece ou não merece ainda mais títulos??? Já ia me esquecendo, o nome dela é Sky! Nome de um dos personagens do desenho Patrulha Canina um dos favoritos do meu filho!!! É um Céu mesmo gente, parte da família!!! Não compre, adote!!! É amor infinito e de graça😍 . . . . . . . . . . . #adoteumcão #adotarebom #slowfashionworld #modalenta #modajusta #eusoukaratekid #sustentabilidade
  • Boa tarde gente!!! Essa lindeza foi reconhecida por recepcionar os clientes sempre com simpatia!!! Eu sempre gostei de animais, especialmente cachorro, mas virei dona de casa fui morar em um apartamento e pensava "de jeito nenhum, imagina o trabalhão" Foi então que meu filho começou a pedir um cachorrinho, fui então amolecendo o coração e analisando a ideia. Corri e fui consultar meu irmão @orjjales que é veterinário e ele foi me orientando sobre a responsabilidade de ter um animalzinho "se for para abandonar depois é melhor nem pegar!!!", sou grata a delicadeza e clareza dele😂 Então ele sugeriu essa coisinha aí que havia sofrido maus tratos, levou uma provável paulada. Além da fratura estava seriamente comprometida com diversos outros problemas, ficou 60 dias em recuperação, uma guerreira cheia de amor para dar! Educadinha e com carinha de "me ama e deixa eu te amar". Na medida certa do amor, ela chegou, mega assustada, passou por uns outros bocados aqui em casa depois de eu ter esquecido comida sobre a mesa e o lixo na área de serviço ( afinal, ela se virou assim por muito tempo, perfeitamente compreensível). Pensa numa garotinha que sofreu, ô judição. Depois de uma gastrite agudíssima, dias e dias em tratamento, teve dermatite e sofreu pra cachorro (socorro!!!) Mas no final, deu tudo certo! Até que enfim neh??😅 Hiper carinhosa, muito apegada a nós, obediente, mansinha e morta de fome😂 Ela merece ou não merece ainda mais títulos??? Já ia me esquecendo, o nome dela é Sky! Nome de um dos personagens do desenho Patrulha Canina um dos favoritos do meu filho!!! É um Céu mesmo gente, parte da família!!! Não compre, adote!!! É amor infinito e de graça😍 . . . . . . . . . . . #adoteumcão #adotarebom #slowfashionworld #modalenta #modajusta #eusoukaratekid #sustentabilidade
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  • raiensamble - RAI ENSAMBLE @raiensamble 22 hours ago
  • #Repost @alejandroguti2 ・・・
Original post and caption by @carrysomers .
This does rather add insult to injury for the Mexican communities whose designs have been used in the new Carolina Herrera Resort 2020 collection. I just spotted this quote from @wesgordon, who heads up the house of @carolinaherrera, on the @modaoperandi website where the collection is being sold.

And this is the crux of the matter. If the collection was no more than a homage to Mexican culture, and the surface patterns really were ‘designed in-house’, there would not be this furore. But claiming an unprotected design as your own is known as ‘passing off’ and this is why Mexico's culture secretary, Alejandra Frausto,  has asked the fashion designer to explain how they came up with these particular designs and what benefits, if any, the indigenous communities would receive from their use.

A recent complaint from the artisans of Tenango de Doria, one of the communities at the centre of this debate, against @nestle using their designs on cups has been accepted by the Human Rights National Commission (CNDH), saying the company's actions constitute a violation of the groups human and cultural rights. The acceptance of the complaint is seen as a a victory in itself as it confirms that the rights of the indigenous people were violated.

Thank you all for your messages and I encourage all of you to speak up too. We often don’t recognise the power we all have as citizens and as consumers but brands and policy makers really do listen. Our voice, our power, can bring about change. 
#whomademyclothes #givecredit #intellectualproperty 
#carolinaherrera #culturalappropriation #mexicosinplagio #méxicosinplagio #patrimoniocultural #otomi #imadeyourclothes #yohiceturopa #slowfashion #modasostenible #modalenta #sustainablefashion #tenango #tenangodedoria #artisan #repost @alejandroguti2 ・・・ Original post and caption by @carrysomers . This does rather add insult to injury for the Mexican communities whose designs have been used in the new Carolina Herrera Resort 2020 collection. I just spotted this quote from @wesgordon, who heads up the house of @carolinaherrera, on the @modaoperandi website where the collection is being sold. And this is the crux of the matter. If the collection was no more than a homage to Mexican culture, and the surface patterns really were ‘designed in-house’, there would not be this furore. But claiming an unprotected design as your own is known as ‘passing off’ and this is why Mexico's culture secretary, Alejandra Frausto, has asked the fashion designer to explain how they came up with these particular designs and what benefits, if any, the indigenous communities would receive from their use. A recent complaint from the artisans of Tenango de Doria, one of the communities at the centre of this debate, against @nestle using their designs on cups has been accepted by the Human Rights National Commission (CNDH), saying the company's actions constitute a violation of the groups human and cultural rights. The acceptance of the complaint is seen as a a victory in itself as it confirms that the rights of the indigenous people were violated. Thank you all for your messages and I encourage all of you to speak up too. We often don’t recognise the power we all have as citizens and as consumers but brands and policy makers really do listen. Our voice, our power, can bring about change. #whomademyclothes #givecredit #intellectualproperty #carolinaherrera #culturalappropriation #mexicosinplagio #méxicosinplagio #patrimoniocultural #otomi #imadeyourclothes #yohiceturopa #slowfashion #modasostenible #modalenta #sustainablefashion #tenango #tenangodedoria #artisan
  • #repost @alejandroguti2 ・・・ Original post and caption by @carrysomers . This does rather add insult to injury for the Mexican communities whose designs have been used in the new Carolina Herrera Resort 2020 collection. I just spotted this quote from @wesgordon, who heads up the house of @carolinaherrera, on the @modaoperandi website where the collection is being sold. And this is the crux of the matter. If the collection was no more than a homage to Mexican culture, and the surface patterns really were ‘designed in-house’, there would not be this furore. But claiming an unprotected design as your own is known as ‘passing off’ and this is why Mexico's culture secretary, Alejandra Frausto, has asked the fashion designer to explain how they came up with these particular designs and what benefits, if any, the indigenous communities would receive from their use. A recent complaint from the artisans of Tenango de Doria, one of the communities at the centre of this debate, against @nestle using their designs on cups has been accepted by the Human Rights National Commission (CNDH), saying the company's actions constitute a violation of the groups human and cultural rights. The acceptance of the complaint is seen as a a victory in itself as it confirms that the rights of the indigenous people were violated. Thank you all for your messages and I encourage all of you to speak up too. We often don’t recognise the power we all have as citizens and as consumers but brands and policy makers really do listen. Our voice, our power, can bring about change. #whomademyclothes #givecredit #intellectualproperty #carolinaherrera #culturalappropriation #mexicosinplagio #méxicosinplagio #patrimoniocultural #otomi #imadeyourclothes #yohiceturopa #slowfashion #modasostenible #modalenta #sustainablefashion #tenango #tenangodedoria #artisan
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  • givecredit_ - #Givecredit. @givecredit_ 1 day ago
  • #repost @carrysomers
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This does rather add insult to injury for the Mexican communities whose designs have been used in the new Carolina Herrera Resort 2020 collection. I just spotted this quote from @wesgordon, who heads up the house of @carolinaherrera, on the @modaoperandi website where the collection is being sold.

And this is the crux of the matter. If the collection was no more than a homage to Mexican culture, and the surface patterns really were ‘designed in-house’, there would not be this furore. But claiming an unprotected design as your own is known as ‘passing off’ and this is why Mexico's culture secretary, Alejandra Frausto,  has asked the fashion designer to explain how they came up with these particular designs and what benefits, if any, the indigenous communities would receive from their use.

A recent complaint from the artisans of Tenango de Doria, one of the communities at the centre of this debate, against @nestle using their designs on cups has been accepted by the Human Rights National Commission (CNDH), saying the company's actions constitute a violation of the groups human and cultural rights. The acceptance of the complaint is seen as a a victory in itself as it confirms that the rights of the indigenous people were violated.

Thank you all for your messages and I encourage all of you to speak up too. We often don’t recognise the power we all have as citizens and as consumers but brands and policy makers really do listen. Our voice, our power, can bring about change. 
#whomademyclothes #givecredit #intellectualproperty 
#carolinaherrera #culturalappropriation #mexicosinplagio #méxicosinplagio #patrimoniocultural #otomi #imadeyourclothes #yohiceturopa #slowfashion #modasostenible #modalenta #sustainablefashion #tenango #tenangodedoria #artisan #repost @carrysomers ・・・ This does rather add insult to injury for the Mexican communities whose designs have been used in the new Carolina Herrera Resort 2020 collection. I just spotted this quote from @wesgordon, who heads up the house of @carolinaherrera, on the @modaoperandi website where the collection is being sold. And this is the crux of the matter. If the collection was no more than a homage to Mexican culture, and the surface patterns really were ‘designed in-house’, there would not be this furore. But claiming an unprotected design as your own is known as ‘passing off’ and this is why Mexico's culture secretary, Alejandra Frausto, has asked the fashion designer to explain how they came up with these particular designs and what benefits, if any, the indigenous communities would receive from their use. A recent complaint from the artisans of Tenango de Doria, one of the communities at the centre of this debate, against @nestle using their designs on cups has been accepted by the Human Rights National Commission (CNDH), saying the company's actions constitute a violation of the groups human and cultural rights. The acceptance of the complaint is seen as a a victory in itself as it confirms that the rights of the indigenous people were violated. Thank you all for your messages and I encourage all of you to speak up too. We often don’t recognise the power we all have as citizens and as consumers but brands and policy makers really do listen. Our voice, our power, can bring about change. #whomademyclothes #givecredit #intellectualproperty #carolinaherrera #culturalappropriation #mexicosinplagio #méxicosinplagio #patrimoniocultural #otomi #imadeyourclothes #yohiceturopa #slowfashion #modasostenible #modalenta #sustainablefashion #tenango #tenangodedoria #artisan
  • #repost @carrysomers ・・・ This does rather add insult to injury for the Mexican communities whose designs have been used in the new Carolina Herrera Resort 2020 collection. I just spotted this quote from @wesgordon, who heads up the house of @carolinaherrera, on the @modaoperandi website where the collection is being sold. And this is the crux of the matter. If the collection was no more than a homage to Mexican culture, and the surface patterns really were ‘designed in-house’, there would not be this furore. But claiming an unprotected design as your own is known as ‘passing off’ and this is why Mexico's culture secretary, Alejandra Frausto, has asked the fashion designer to explain how they came up with these particular designs and what benefits, if any, the indigenous communities would receive from their use. A recent complaint from the artisans of Tenango de Doria, one of the communities at the centre of this debate, against @nestle using their designs on cups has been accepted by the Human Rights National Commission (CNDH), saying the company's actions constitute a violation of the groups human and cultural rights. The acceptance of the complaint is seen as a a victory in itself as it confirms that the rights of the indigenous people were violated. Thank you all for your messages and I encourage all of you to speak up too. We often don’t recognise the power we all have as citizens and as consumers but brands and policy makers really do listen. Our voice, our power, can bring about change. #whomademyclothes #givecredit #intellectualproperty #carolinaherrera #culturalappropriation #mexicosinplagio #méxicosinplagio #patrimoniocultural #otomi #imadeyourclothes #yohiceturopa #slowfashion #modasostenible #modalenta #sustainablefashion #tenango #tenangodedoria #artisan
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  • alejandroguti2 - Alejandro Gutierrez @alejandroguti2 1 day ago
  • Original post and caption by @carrysomers .
This does rather add insult to injury for the Mexican communities whose designs have been used in the new Carolina Herrera Resort 2020 collection. I just spotted this quote from @wesgordon, who heads up the house of @carolinaherrera, on the @modaoperandi website where the collection is being sold.

And this is the crux of the matter. If the collection was no more than a homage to Mexican culture, and the surface patterns really were ‘designed in-house’, there would not be this furore. But claiming an unprotected design as your own is known as ‘passing off’ and this is why Mexico's culture secretary, Alejandra Frausto,  has asked the fashion designer to explain how they came up with these particular designs and what benefits, if any, the indigenous communities would receive from their use.

A recent complaint from the artisans of Tenango de Doria, one of the communities at the centre of this debate, against @nestle using their designs on cups has been accepted by the Human Rights National Commission (CNDH), saying the company's actions constitute a violation of the groups human and cultural rights. The acceptance of the complaint is seen as a a victory in itself as it confirms that the rights of the indigenous people were violated.

Thank you all for your messages and I encourage all of you to speak up too. We often don’t recognise the power we all have as citizens and as consumers but brands and policy makers really do listen. Our voice, our power, can bring about change. 
#whomademyclothes #givecredit #intellectualproperty 
#carolinaherrera #culturalappropriation #mexicosinplagio #méxicosinplagio #patrimoniocultural #otomi #imadeyourclothes #yohiceturopa #slowfashion #modasostenible #modalenta #sustainablefashion #tenango #tenangodedoria #artisan Original post and caption by @carrysomers . This does rather add insult to injury for the Mexican communities whose designs have been used in the new Carolina Herrera Resort 2020 collection. I just spotted this quote from @wesgordon, who heads up the house of @carolinaherrera, on the @modaoperandi website where the collection is being sold. And this is the crux of the matter. If the collection was no more than a homage to Mexican culture, and the surface patterns really were ‘designed in-house’, there would not be this furore. But claiming an unprotected design as your own is known as ‘passing off’ and this is why Mexico's culture secretary, Alejandra Frausto, has asked the fashion designer to explain how they came up with these particular designs and what benefits, if any, the indigenous communities would receive from their use. A recent complaint from the artisans of Tenango de Doria, one of the communities at the centre of this debate, against @nestle using their designs on cups has been accepted by the Human Rights National Commission (CNDH), saying the company's actions constitute a violation of the groups human and cultural rights. The acceptance of the complaint is seen as a a victory in itself as it confirms that the rights of the indigenous people were violated. Thank you all for your messages and I encourage all of you to speak up too. We often don’t recognise the power we all have as citizens and as consumers but brands and policy makers really do listen. Our voice, our power, can bring about change. #whomademyclothes #givecredit #intellectualproperty #carolinaherrera #culturalappropriation #mexicosinplagio #méxicosinplagio #patrimoniocultural #otomi #imadeyourclothes #yohiceturopa #slowfashion #modasostenible #modalenta #sustainablefashion #tenango #tenangodedoria #artisan
  • Original post and caption by @carrysomers . This does rather add insult to injury for the Mexican communities whose designs have been used in the new Carolina Herrera Resort 2020 collection. I just spotted this quote from @wesgordon, who heads up the house of @carolinaherrera, on the @modaoperandi website where the collection is being sold. And this is the crux of the matter. If the collection was no more than a homage to Mexican culture, and the surface patterns really were ‘designed in-house’, there would not be this furore. But claiming an unprotected design as your own is known as ‘passing off’ and this is why Mexico's culture secretary, Alejandra Frausto, has asked the fashion designer to explain how they came up with these particular designs and what benefits, if any, the indigenous communities would receive from their use. A recent complaint from the artisans of Tenango de Doria, one of the communities at the centre of this debate, against @nestle using their designs on cups has been accepted by the Human Rights National Commission (CNDH), saying the company's actions constitute a violation of the groups human and cultural rights. The acceptance of the complaint is seen as a a victory in itself as it confirms that the rights of the indigenous people were violated. Thank you all for your messages and I encourage all of you to speak up too. We often don’t recognise the power we all have as citizens and as consumers but brands and policy makers really do listen. Our voice, our power, can bring about change. #whomademyclothes #givecredit #intellectualproperty #carolinaherrera #culturalappropriation #mexicosinplagio #méxicosinplagio #patrimoniocultural #otomi #imadeyourclothes #yohiceturopa #slowfashion #modasostenible #modalenta #sustainablefashion #tenango #tenangodedoria #artisan
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