When we think of cuties, a man in a shirt and a straw hat may immediately come to mind making his way in the middle of the interior of the country, probably Azuero...
But cuties have slowly become an item that people wear in the city, and you don't have to have a vernacular look to rock a good pair. Much of this revival of the national tradition of using these handcrafted footwear has been thanks to Nayleen and Jony from San7é Cutarras, who have been redesigning them for about two years for the tastes of lovers of style and comfort.
Gathered all at the SuperMini DiabloRosso this February 17, we enjoyed buns, chicharrones, torrejitas of new corn, suckling pig, cocadita, rosquitas, sighs and drinks of Disaronno in totumas to celebrate the launch of the new San7é website at the same time as the new collection of cuties that although it only has a single model – baptized “Se Formó el Arroz con Mango” – serves as a meeting of all the previous collections.
Stop by the ground floor of the Hotel Sortis now to learn more about San7é and all the other national products they have available. Let's get folkloricool!
text mauricio herrerabarría (@mcqueenismypapi)
photos agustín diaz (@agustinsdiary)