Ortega Chimayo Vests

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While Pendleton helped reinvigorate the Native American inspired print, Japan has been worshipping at a similar pattern church – the Chimayo, a style of weaving specific to the New Mexico town of the same name, for many years now. A holy grail item for Vintage heads, early examples in the form of Jackets, vests and wallets from such brands as Trujillo, Ganscraft and Fred Harvey fetch enourmous prices. Ortega, founded in the early 1900s still continues its loom work today. Tokyo’s Hummingbird Hills is one of the few stockists to carry these unique items, their latest drop is an impressive range of colourful wool vests featuring the distinctive diamond pattern. More over at hbhs.

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