Mexico

Selling Homemade Traditional Clothing in Mexico City

Selling Homemade Traditional Clothing in Mexico City

Marissa Revilla, GPJ Mexico

Juana Victoriano Cruz, 58, and her granddaughter Guadalupe Osorio Maya, 10, sell traditional Mazahua clothing at a stand in Mexico City’s Plaza de Santo Domingo. Cruz, who belongs to the Mazahua indigenous community, was taught at age 12 by her mother how to make the traditional garb. She takes one week to make a blouse and two days to make a skirt.

Mexico Juana Victoriano Cruz, 58, and her granddaughter Guadalupe Osorio Maya, 10, sell traditional Mazahua clothing at a stand in Mexico City’s Plaza de Santo Domingo. Cruz, who belongs to the Mazahua indigenous community, was taught at age 12 by her mother how to make the traditional garb. She takes one week to make a blouse and two days to make a skirt.

Marissa Revilla, GPJ Mexico