Hoa Tien village - one of the most famous and oldest brocade weaving cradles of Thai people in Nghe An province - Vietnam for more than 100 years.
The story of us
In 2010, Ms. Sam Thi Bich started a cooperative business to help increase the income of Thai women - almost skillful women over 30 years old, preserve their traditional culture. In Hanoi, Ms. Sam Thi Tinh has opened an embroidery and naturally dyed studio continuing her mother's work and bringing the beauty of handicrafts spread to the world.
Every Hoa Tien item is made entirely by hand from planting raw materials, dyeing fabrics, weaving, embroidering into fashion accessories and home decor. We promote ethical brand and strives to make eco-conscious fabrics that are kind to our planet and provide the quality, comfort, and friendliness our bodies and home deserve. Our products are made to look great in many different functions.
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There is no greater luxury than sustainability.
Our team, one happy communities.
Designer, Curator, Maker
Tinh's mother, Sam Thi Bich, the only artisan of weaving in Quy Chau, established Hoa Tien Cooperative.
Owner, Designer, Maker
When she was child, she was taught by his mother to weave. She always being enthusiastic and trying hard to work with brocade.
Proud of Hanoi girl. "The more difficult and dangerous the life is, the more beautiful they are" Chu Lai writer.
Marketer, International Seller
A young man who fall in love with traditional beauty.
He had time live in Sapa, Bac Ha and built school for children who live in Dien Bien Phu mountains.
Address: No 6, 138 alley, Me Tri Thuong Street, Nam Tu Liem District, Hanoi, Vietnam