TRADITIONAL MEXICAN KAFTANS
HAND MADE BY LOCAL WOMEN ARTISANS
USING SUSTAINABLE NATURAL MATERIALS
BOHO DRESSES WITH LIGHT & BREEZY FABRIC
In 2009, Laetitia, a French woman in love with Mexico, left everything and moved to Sayulita, a small village on the Pacific coast. There she fell in love with a traditional fabric that local surfers use as a large beach towel.
Inspired by her many travels throughout Mexico, this textile designer revisits this great fabric by adding joyfully colored stripes.
The designer did not need anything else to come up with a whole range of products and found Las Bayadas.
The traditional Mexican Kaftan is hand-crafted in South Mexico, by several communities of artisans. Each kaftan is made from 100% cotton, dyed naturally by plants and seeds. The cotton is hand weaved in a traditional ancient technique using a back-strap loom, allowing for each weaver’s own signature style. Garments take over a month to create, resulting in a unique one-of-a-kind product.
Beautiful belt designs are brought to you as a suggestion of a complete total look for Lalitah's timeless kaftans. Another creation from our talented and dedicated weavers team, using cotton threads on the back strap loom, weaving significant Mexican tribals symbols with a wonderful fringe edges.
A whole new and Boho-Chic collection of unique treasures from Mexico's Pacific coast's magical surfing towns. Hand made by local artists, who embrace the spirit of the ocean within our designs.