Corazón Sagrado: Craftsmanship, Color and Freedom

Jorge Chávez
Nov. 19, 2020

Located in the heart of the picturesque community of Punta de Mita, Corazón Sagrado is a showcase of glamor and good taste. Selene Soucy, founder and creative director of the brand, designs exclusive contemporary-style garments that meticulously incorporate indigenous Mexican embroidery.

Opening five years ago in its current location, the hallmark of this elegant boutique is the Mazatec Camiseros, blouses presented in a wide variety of colors and with subtle embroidery. In addition to handbags, sunglasses and accessories such as earrings and necklaces, other resort-style handcrafted pieces you will find in the store are casual and evening dresses, including strapless, blouses and caftans, among others, all made with 100 percent natural materials, such as cotton, linen, rayon and silk.

After creating all the garments in the design and sewing studio on the second floor of the boutique, they are sent to Otomi and Mazatec communities to be embroidered under the concept of fair trade, an international initiative aimed at marketing products made under equitable conditions.

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