About the Designer
Spiritum Tulum is a Mexican brand created in 2015, by Rosana Lavergne Schnitman, born in Argentina and Mexicana at heart.
From a family of textile manufactures and na embroiderer grandmother, Rosana grew up surrounded by fabrics, threads and needles. After traveling for work for 20 years around the world, she found in Tulum, through the sea, the cenotes, the jungle & the peope the inspiration for the creation of the brand.
“We make fashion with purpose, creating luxury pieces, empowering Mexican cultural techniques, working with communities in the Mayan region.”
About the Brand
Spiritum is a Mexican sustainablefashion brand. We create exclusive pieces through the fusion of traditional textiles with modern designs.
Our main purpose is to preserve Mexican fabrics and the work os artisans Mayan communities.
We promote a conscious and responsible consumption while respecting and caring for the people involved and our planet exalting the powerful energy of souls and value the sacred rituals of life.
We design inspired by nature for her, him and home
About the Production
The production of our pieces requires time, effort and dedication. Our process takes 45 days.
The handyed of the fabrics takes: wash- dye- seal- dry- wash- to get the desired softness and natural winkles that identify Spiritum Tulum garments.
We delve into the nature of the elements used, from the root to the human being who works it.
For Spiritum, teamwork is essential and we emphasize giving each of the person that make it a fair and dignified treatment and working with ecological and sustainable materials.
About the Values
Our garments are made in Mexico in the city of Playa del Carmen and our production favors fair, sustainable and honest work.
Our pieces are handcrafted woven by women from our region, always treated with respect and given fair wages. We aim to support local communities and each person who is part of our team of production and creation of our brand
About the Fabrics
We use fabrics such as cotton jute, artisanal cotton, cotton gauze and birdseed working with ecological and sustainable materials that reduce environmental impact.