Monday, March 17, 2014


What else is there to say, other than this must be one of Mother Nature’s greatest works of art. Lago de Atitlán was volcanic in it’s origin, formed into this large lake by an eruption some 84,000 years ago. With an estimated maximum depth of 1,120 feet, this lake is considered to be the deepest in all of Central America... not to mention one of the most beautiful in the world. Well deserved title, we must say. It is surrounded by many little towns characterized by the Mayan people and is rich in animal life, providing a food source for the largely populated indigenous people. It comes as no surprise that this was a major source of inspiration for our AW 2014 collection and lookbook shoot. Leave it to the Stela 9 crew to incorporate a little play into our work, giving ourselves a little dose of adrenaline by cliff jumping in San Marcos. We’ll let the pictures speak for themselves… PS. #nofilter

Our model Walker about to cliff jump in San Marcos

   AW 2014 Collection: Floral Rust Rucksack

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