Pineda Covalin from its beginnings has been outstanding for enhancing its Mexican roots, this time it does through Xico.
This project, designed by Mexican designer Cristina Pineda, aims to bring children and young people closer to the roots of their Mexican culture .
Through an alternate project Cristina Pineda unleashes and seeks to enhance the culture of Mexico, children and young people are the owners of the future and therefore it is necessary to raise them with a strong identity based on their roots, so that they can feel proud of their heritage.
Pineda Covalin is a firm that works permanently in exposing the inspiration, colors and designs of a wide and multifaceted culture like the Mexican one.
For Cristina Pineda, it is necessary to do everything that is within reach for the Aztec culture to inspire Mexicans and people from all over the world.
The Xico project, aims to impact the younger people and children through the free download of various content related to popular legends in Latin America. Also on the website of this project Xico.tv endorsed by the firm Pineda Covalin, you can download video games that highlight the identity of Latin Americans.
The designer and creator of the firm Pineda Covalin, says she wants to leave that legacy to children. Her inspiration originated after motherhood, a state that has changed her life.
The project is inspired by the legends of corn and the ancestral trees that are in Mexico City. Likewise, her message has an inclusive touch, since it emphasizes that love is not present only in traditional families.
There have been several versions of Xico around the world to spread the Mexican culture, in fact, has been presented in New York, Brussels, Shanghai and various cities in Mexico.
Alliances inspired by Mexico
In the Pineda Covalin store, located in Plaza Palmas, some alliances are presented, one inspired by the legend of Popol Vuh,, which refers to the gods and how they created men with corn. The second, on the other hand, is inspired by the ancestral trees of solid roots that come together to create.
The two models are designed in white gold, silver and yellow gold. In its manufacture they counted on the participation of a Mexican goldsmith’s workshop located in Taxco and another in Jalapa.
The designer stressed that the importance of this launch lies in the need to express through design fidelity to the traditions of the Mexican nation and the work of its people. The products of the firm are made with Mexican suppliers to strengthen the national economy.
Through her signature of clothing and accessories Pineda Covalin, Cristina has demonstrated her commitment to Mexican culture.
She is a promoter of Mexican art and culture, her participation in various forums and national fairs has given her great recognition in the world of art and culture.
The firm Pineda Covalin has presence in America, Europe and Asia. It is present in countries such as Greece, Russia, England, Spain, Nigeria, South Africa, Peru. More than 20 years ago, Cristina Pineda and Ricardo Covalin created this Mexican brand that today is one of the most recognized worldwide.
Traditions and fashion
Pineda Covalin is much more than a brand of clothing and accessories, as it constantly invites you to travel through the history of a country, its traditions and the customs of its people.
The firm Pineda Covalin seeks to make people proud of their cultural heritage and at the same time surround themselves with art and color.