Proyecto República

Proyecto República hosts a pop-up store for Mozhdeh Matin

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Proyecto República, the multi-brand platform that shares and promote Latin American brands will host a pop-up store for Mozhdeh Matin from February 6th to the 13th. 

Proyecto República was created by Catalina Maurette, to help small Latin American brands increase their visibility, it also promotes slow fashion and conscious consumption. During Art Week 2023, this pop-up store will be hosting Mozhdeh Matin’s pieces, created by the Peruvian-Iranian designer in Pasaje Parián Roma.

About Proyecto República

Created in 2019 by Catalina Maurette, this platform recommends brands from all over Latin American (Mexico, Argentina, Colombia and Peru, among other countries) that are also sustainable either in their manufacturing process or with the materials they choose. Promoting local consumption, artisanal pieces and unique clothing and accessories is also one of the purposes of Proyecto República, which is run by women who want to help other woman find timeless and functional clothes that have the best of qualities. 

About Mozhdeh Matin

Mozhdeh was born in Peru but her parents are Iranian, allowing her to combine the best of both cultures and getting inspired by them during her creative process. Matin’s garments are created through different Peruvian knitting techniques, Mozhdeh Matin started in 2015 and has had many transformations in order to become the incredible brand it is now a days. 

República works towards a better future four our communities, our planet and society

Catalina Maurette, CEO & Founder of Proyecto República

Where: Pasaje Parián Roma, Álvaro Obregón $13.

When: From February 6th to February the 13th 

Time: 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Photographs: Pluris.

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