Sofía Villareal, Mexico City

The idea behind Agua de Luna began with a yearning to be part of a positive change. Its creation was purely to consolidate passions in a proactive manner.

A simple, yet hard to answer, questions arose. How could we, three textile designers, do more in the hopes of helping our community? With that, a social and environmental project began. By using textile waste we can design and create products made by marginalized women looking to provide for their families.

Our journey towards making a social change lead us to two beautiful communities located in Amealco, Queretaro, where a group of enthusiastic, big hearted women opened their minds and lend their hands to a unique artisanal technique.