Sindashi was born in the heart of Mexico, in San Miguel de Allende with the intention of representing the Mexican culture and history of the pre-Hispanic era through its works, which are completely hand-painted and embroidered by artists and artisans from local indigenous communities.
The careful choice of materials and colors, the craftsmanship and the choice of quality over quantity have always been the pillars of the brand.
Our clothes are not conceived as real collections but as unique and timeless works of art, as each garment embodies the mastery of the artist who expresses with a paintbrush the origins of his people.
The essence of most of the themes presented is based on the exaltation of colors with the exception of Paquimé, which incorporates with a black tone on tone, the ancestral technique of the inhabitants of the Raramuri civilization and Talavera gold tone that is inspired by the famous Mexican pottery recognized by UNESCO as “intangible heritage of humanity.”
A Sindashi garment is art, history, elegance and uniqueness.
Sindashi is art made fashion.