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There aren’t too many brands out there who can claim their products are handmade in Mexico by a tribe sorcerer, and it’s that type of devotion to traditional heritage which separates NÁMENK’s debut collection of patterned leather goods apart from the pack.

Helmed by Ricardo Campa — a veteran of the Mexican streetwear scene and store owner in Mexico City — the range includes jewelry, crockery and a skateboard deck, not to mention a handcrafted punching bag which looks almost too pretty to hit. A small apparel range is also represented in the form of a black sweater featuring the same tribal design.

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