Marmaclub is committed to support and sustain the work of artisans. We will preserve the Chaquira beading technique and celebrate its cultural significance. Safeguarding this profession creates a sustainable livelihood for our suppliers. Each accessory tells a story, illuminated by the care and craft of its maker. Standing proudly at the intersection of two cultures, Marmaclub produces ethically-made, artisanal and sustainable products.
At Marmaclub, sustainability and social entrepreneurship is more than marketing; it is the vision behind each product and the ethos of our work.
DESIGN & PRODUCTION
Marmaclub is designed by creative director Marie Guldberg, and inspired by her life in Mexico City. Marie creates products that evoke classic Nordic design realized with heritage Chaquira beading. Marmaclub’s designs combine an alluring sculptural silhouette with a striking color or pattern.
Marmaclub goods are proudly handmade in Latin American artisan communities. Each accessory is diligently hand-beaded over days by a professional craftsperson. Marmaclub works ethically with our artisan suppliers, and strives to grow with our artisan communities as a sustainable enterprise.
OUR SUSTAINABLE STORY
Marmaclub is proud to be a socially conscious, sustainable and slowly produced fashion brand. Delivering handmade products in natural materials through a low waste process. The social entrepreneurship component of our story is important because we see every product as having an infinite responsible life-cycle. We strive to make a difference within our Latin American-based artisanal communities and be the best choice for our customers.
Focusing on our responsibility, we enable a process of recycling as an option. We make it possible to reinvest your unwanted beads into another Marmaclub item. Some of the precious advantages with glass beads are the ability to cleanse and re-use.
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