Bogota, Colombia, October 03, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Lombia + Co. reinforces its position as a leading brand in the Wayuu industry after Lonely Planet recognized the company as a responsible seller.
Since Lombia + Co. began its operations in 2015, it’s main goal has been to provide sustainable and fair trade employment for the artisans they work with. Today, Lombia + Co. works with +150 indigenous female artisans.
“I am so proud that our mission and values resonate with our customers,” explains Jade Longelin, founder of Lombia + Co. “We are founded by women, operated by women, and made for women, our goal is to support and empower each other throughout the entire process."
Lombia + Co. works with the indigenous Wayuu community to create modern designs for the international market. They work side by side with their artisans to provide quality and design at an affordable price.
Jade Longelin explains, “The goal is to create beautiful and well-made pieces at a price everyone can afford. We create luxury for the everyday woman because she deserves it too.”
In the recent article, The Wayúu: Colombia’s Most Famous Weavers from Lonely Planet, the travel guide provides a few tips to buying Wayúu bags and where to buy them.
"Buying online is also an option, but be sure the company acknowledges the Wayúu as the skilled creators and isn't just copying Wayúu designs; Lombia + Co [...is a] responsible seller.
Learn more about Lombia + Co.’s mission at https://www.lombia.co/about-lombia-wayuu-bags/