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Chipotle Mexico borns from our admiration for the Mexican handicrafts and fabrics. 

The extraordinary knowledge and use of colours make Mexican crafts a unique source of inspiration. Chipotle Mexico skirts were designed inspired by the traditional native costumes, giving them a modern touch, and becoming an ethnic and fashionable streetwear skirt. 
The fabrics come from Oaxaca, a region with a wide craft tradition, and the skirts are designed and handmade at a local sewing workshop in Mexico City. Available in more than 30 colours and embroideries, Chipotle Mexico skirts are a perfect mix of fashion and tradition, an unmissable piece in any wardrobe. 

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