Mainly comprised of bracelets handcrafted in a remote village in southern Mexico, Chamula easily assumes this free-spirit aesthetic. “I like things made slowly with care and attention to detail,” says Yuki in an interview with styleforum.net. ”As you know, back in the old days people cared and appreciated how to make things by hand and were therefore proud of the products they created with their own hands. I have the same feeling.”
Yuki does this brilliantly with Chamula’s line of vibrantly colored bracelets—detailed with silver and conchos, and each containing woven horsehair—that provide the perfect pop for your wrists.