Carolina Crespo is an Ecuadorian fashion designer specialized in women's clothing and vegan accessories. Her accessory line combines the use of alternative materials with strong aesthetics bringing to life a unique identity and concept.
Some of her inspirations recall her love for nature, easy to find in her designs & collections like "Shark addiction" or "Beetlemania", just to mention a few.
Her designs highlight unusual cuts and lines, and incorporates small handmade pieces made by skilled local artisans. Materials may vary from high end fabrics to natural fibers, metal pieces, and beads.
Her last handbag collection showcases the richness of the indigenous culture of the South Andes by incorporating coloured beaded handlers that turn into unique necklaces, in honor of indigenous women.
“The design process should be a way of expressing your ideas and of representing the world you want to live in."
Carolina stands firm on the purpose of creating a fairer fashion model and is always advocating for animal protection rights, locally and abroad.
Simiatug, pronounced shimi-AH-took and equivalent to “Mouth of the Wolf” in Kichwa, is a remote village tucked away in a valley in between the Andes (inside the Chimborazo Wildlife Reserve).
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