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This huipil belongs to the collection of the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. It is attributed to the Chinantec community of Santa Cruz Tepetotutla, Oaxaca.

Máscara de turquesa teotihuacana. Período Clásico. Altiplano Central Mexicano. Teotihuacan México.

elxicano: “The Stone Masks of Teotihuacan, Mexico Stone masks associated with the ancient city of Teotihuacan have come to serve as emblems of the pre-Columbian past itself, yet many questions remain.

Chinantec Huipil Mexico at Museo Textil Oaxaca, México

Chinantec Huipil Mexico at Museo Textil Oaxaca, México

This is a close-up of the front of a huipil from San Bartolo Yautepec, a small community in the Sierra Sur region of Oaxaca, Mexico.

This is a close-up of the front of a huipil from San Bartolo Yautepec, a small community in the Sierra Sur region of Oaxaca, Mexico.

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Three fine Zapotec huipiles from San Bartolo Yautepec, Oaxaca are displayed outside of Coyuchi, a shop that sells excellent quality textiles in the Oaxaca artesanias market.

https://flic.kr/p/zRQ2Y3 | Mexican Clothing Museum | NOT MY PHOTO I ran across this photo yesterday of a mannequin from the National Museum of Denmark. The Amuzgo skirt from Xochistlahuaca, Guerrero is correctly identified. But, the huipil is attributed to San Andres Tuxtla (a town in Veracruz state) rather than from San Andres Larrainzar, a Tzotzil Maya town in Chiapas, Mexico

https://flic.kr/p/zRQ2Y3 | Mexican Clothing Museum | NOT MY PHOTO I ran across this photo yesterday of a mannequin from the National Museum of Denmark. The Amuzgo skirt from Xochistlahuaca, Guerrero is correctly identified. But, the huipil is attributed to San Andres Tuxtla (a town in Veracruz state) rather than from San Andres Larrainzar, a Tzotzil Maya town in Chiapas, Mexico