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Lady Faith is proud to offer our own unique hand made works of fashion. All of our products are sustainable, many using age-old techniques bringing forth a hard-to-find richness and character. Our form of slow fashion occurs in large part to the direct trade relationships we’ve created over a decade. Meet our teams listed below, across three different countries.

 

 

Faith Colectiva Jewelry Makers

Faith Colectiva

Our main operations from Mexico support and are supported by this all-woman cooperative. Once hair-weavers and jewelry-makers on the beach, they now have stability and resources to provide for their families in more substantial ways.

All raw materials are sourced for pure quality and each item is made by hand by members of this collective and their families.

 

 

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Artesania Maya

Based in San Pedro La Laguna alongside the picturesque (Mayan) Lake Atitlán, Artesania Maya consists of generations of women working together just as they did for thousands of years. Lead by Clementina, they use all natural fibers and dyes, hand creating our select woven products.

 

 

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Connie Archbold

Connie hand molds all our hearts crosses, angels, doves, and Mother Mary in her hometown of Laguna, California.

 

 

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Robina & Maimona

This is Robina Chaudhary on the left and her younger sister “Maimona Chaudhary”on right. Maimona passed away this past October of breast cancer. They both came to the U.S. from Pakistan and have worked hard to make a living. Robina is currently taking courses on jewelry making and makes all our stretch bracelets, and is able to fix anything we need.

 

 

 

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Katie Coleman

Founder of Lady Faith, Katie was awestruck by the sights and sounds of Puerto Vallarta while on a yoga retreat. Immediately enamored with the sense of life and culture that its unique beaches and markets offered, she set out to find a way to deliver the heart of this experience to more people while helping to support the woman she came to work with.

 

 


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In Puerto Vallarta?
While our shop is currently closed during Covid concerns, please make sure to bookmark us for future visits.

 

Faith Colectiva
Basilio Badillo 314, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico
(in Old Town)

 


Responsibly Sourced Materials

Our focus on supporting conscious production methods takes us all over Mexico and Guatemala. We collect our materials from the following locations:

  • Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

  • San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

  • Taxco, Mexico

  • Oaxaca, Mexico

  • Chiapas, Mexico

  • Antigua, Guatemala

  • Lake Atitlán, Guatemala.