hauteculturetextiletours hauteculturetextiletours

838 posts   22,978 followers   7,417 followings

Haute Culture Textile Tours  A women's 💃🏻travel company dedicated to traditional dress 🎎 & textiles✂️around the world 🌎 Click the link to sign up for our future textile tours👇🏼📬

For ours followers and fans in London we be attending the Frida Kahlo exhibition at the @vamuseum today. We will meet in the restaurant before hand from 1 - 2:15pm for tea, cake and textiles chitchat. Hope to see you there! Have you been to this exhibition yet? If so let us know in the comments below.

Dear Mexico, Thank you. The last two months have been incredible. You fill our hearts with colour and culture and smiles and sunshine. Everyday to walk your land is nothing less than a privilege and a joy. We will continue to tell people about your incredible hospitality, history, fiestas, fashion, food and music for as long as we draw breath, and we count the days (126 to be exact) until we return to your warm embrace. With love and gratitude Haute Culture xxx Next stop 💂🏻‍♀️🇬🇧 ☕️ followed by 🙏🇹🇭🌴.

It’s official! Technology has got the better of us this week. We can’t post photos from our Mexico textile tour as promised because our laptop ❌💻❌ has finally caved in after 6 years of faithful service, and traveling through lord knows how many countries and weather climates. So we have surrendered to sitting peacefully by the Oaxaca coast line waiting for a flight back to London in a few days time. So if you have sent us a email or request of some sorts it might take a while to reply with our phones and limited access to WiFi and resources! In the mean time we will drinking margaritas 🍸 and watching the surfers 🏄🏽‍♀️. This photo of the ladies from Huautla de Jiménez was taken at last weeks Guelaguetza in Ocotlan.

Did you hear? We have one place available on this September’s Hill Tribe Textile Tour of Vietnam! If you’re looking to connect with like minded women who love textiles as much as you do whilst actually learning traditional textile techniques from Vietnamese artisans then this could be the perfect opportunity for you! Seize the day and DM us for more information now 💌✈️🇻🇳✂️

Haute Culture’s first Mexico: Frida, Fabrics, Fashions and Fiestas 💃🏻 tour is now over! It’s been a rollercoaster of an adventure with more activities than you can shake a candy- colored 🌈💫💜 star-studded stick at! Right now we are taking a well earned break by the beach 🌞🌴🌊 but next week we will start sharing all of our photos and videos from this incredible tour. Dates 🗓 and prices 💰 for our next Mexico 🇲🇽 textile tour will be released to email subscribers at the end of August so if you want to join us in 2019 please subscribe to our mailing list by hitting the link in our bio.

Tamay is one of the ten Red Dao embroidery teachers we hire to help our ten participants learn their unique cultural embroidery technique on our Hill Tribe Tribe Textile tour of Vietnam. Two days ago one of our participants had to cancel her place in this previously sold out tour due to ill health. Although we are sorry to see her go we are equally as excited to see who will take her place! Will it be you? Head over to hauteculturefashion.com/textile-tour-vietnam/ to see if this is your idea of a dream vacation? September 19th - October 1st 2018 £1890 including almost everything! 💃🏻✂️🌿⛰🇻🇳

Did you hear that one place has become available on our Hill Tribe Textile Tour of Vietnam this September? DM is or email Textiletours@hauteculturefashion.com if you want to join us on the fashionable adventure learning ethnic artisanal textile techniques in the mountains of North Vietnam! £1890 September 19th - 1st October 2018 including all accommodation, most meals, guides, overland transport, workshops and materials.

This morning we booked our plane ticket back to Chiang Mai in Thailand where we will be based from August to December 2018. We can’t wait to get back to working with our artisan to plan new and exciting project for our tour participants this December (and also eating our body weight in Pad Thai 🍜🥜🍤🍋😋). So if you want to learn traditional textile techniques such as appliqué, batik, back strap weaving, natural dyeing, beading and jewelry making from the Hmong, Lisu, Dara Ang, Mien and Akha artisans then hit the link in the bio and add your name to the list. Only 3 places left!

Ahhhhh the Guelaguetza is almost here! Who else is in Oaxaca to celebrate this incredible festival of music, dance and flamboyant cultural fashion? We just love how many of the women braid their hair with ribbons and flowers 🌻🌺💐 for this special event. Do you want to join us for this event next year? Be sure to hit the link in the bio to sign up to our textile tours mailing list!

Guess how many pairs of these 🌈🌈🌈 huaraches we bought 🛍🛍🛍 from Mercado Benito Juárez in Oaxaca?

Good morning and happy Monday from Mexico 🌞🌺🌵today we published our introduction article on the incredibly artistic matriarchal society of the Tehuana. Head over to Hauteculturefashion.com to read this and our other articles on Mexican textiles and traditional dress!

It’s the last few minutes to catch yesterday’s Instagram story on natural dyeing techniques at Vida Nueva in Teotitlan del Valle, Oaxaca. We have spent all day today writing up articles on cochineal 🌵🐜 and other natural dyes including🌻🍃🍇🥑. Please tell us in the comments below your favourite natural dyeing ingredients?

Most Popular Instagram Hashtags