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Category - In Her Shoes

IN HER SHOES: MANDY JOHA

Culture, Fashion, Feature, feminism, Guatemala, In Her Shoes

If the past 3-months are any indicator, 2017 is shaping up to be a good year for women in activism.  We’re not super thrilled that there are still so many struggles women face in Guatemala, the U.S., and around…

IN HER SHOES: LUCÍA CANJURA

Feature, feminism, Guatemala, In Her Shoes

I first came across Lucía Canjura’s work over a year ago when her article for the online magazine Nomada, popped up into my Facebook feed:  Cinco razones por las que las feministas tenemos mejor sexo (5 reasons why feminists…

In Her Shoes: Leslie Estrada

Fashion, Feature, Guatemala, In Her Shoes

We first met Leslie Estrada during a recent photoshoot where we had the pleasure to get to know her and her creative visual mind.  Although we hired her as a model for the shoot, our scheduled photographer couldn’t make it at…

In Her Shoes: Hannah Sklar

Culture, feminism, Guatemala, In Her Shoes

Meet Hannah Sklar: yoga teacher, marathon runner, social service worker… this spirit sister is a powerhouse and is directing the majority of her energy towards helping women in Guatemla. Originally from New York, Hannah has put some strong…

In Her Shoes: Lucia Xiloj Quino

Culture, In Her Shoes

Our In Her Shoes series gives us the great opportunity to highlight women who inspire us, like the many talented Mayan weavers we work with to produce our handmade goods. While the translations from their native Mayan language make it…

In Her Shoes: Caitlin Garcia-Ahern

Fashion, In Her Shoes, Travel

Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Caitlin Garcia-Ahern is a Southern girl with a wanderlust soul.  Her love for travel has taken her all around the world and even inspired her to start her own tour company. Thread Caravan combines Caitlin’s passion for travel, design, fair…