When is halfway, between elegant and romantic Mercado Cuatro, Asunción’s largest and busiest open-air bazaar, it is estled in a peaceful area. The tangled network of stalls offers travelers everything. Head to the stalls peddling handmade crafts, admiring hammocks and traditional clothes. If you are looking for an authentic piece of Paraguay, start at Folklore https://www.facebook.com/pages/Folklore-Artesania/266343267419161, where you will find …Read More »
WHEN FASHION DRESS THE EMPTY QUARTER OF A CONTINENT – Karen Daher: A new fashion, where rural women wear a rebozo.
Not only wear loose bombachas and neckerchief. One of Paraguay’s most traditional crafts is the ñandutí (spider web, in the indigenous language Guaraní). Laces and embroidery occupy a big part of its dress culture. The style of dress is formal. Women wear a traditional shawl (a rebozo) and female’s skirt is usually made from ñandutí (a lovely lace), but traditional …Read More »