Our ultimate goal is to sustainably improve the income and living conditions of artisans in Mexico, as well to produce green and sustainable products through fair and sustainable trade.

Between customers / artisans

At Luna Viva you will find selected handicrafts from Mexico. Every piece that we offer in our online shop, at fairs and in our showroom in Schorndorf, has been personally selected by us in Mexico. Partly the Mexican artisans also produce the products exclusively for us and our customers. In this small series they produced some the products after the suggestions of our customers. This dialogue with artisans and customers is a special feature of the Mexican art products we sell.

Lived social responsibility

We are in close contact with the artisans in Mexico who work for us. We know their lives, and their stories and we are aware of the social responsibility that we have towards them. Therefore, we also pay these women and men fair prices for their products so that they can make a living for themselves and their families with the work of their own hands.

All of our pieces are results of talented artists, designers and craftsmen, created in collaboration with social enterprises.


Ecological sustainability and high quality

Environmental sustainability is also very important to us. We use in our product range only upcycling products or products made out of natural materials that are produced without additional raw material consumption. We place high demands on the quality of the products we sell - as our customers already know. New suppliers must undergo a rigorous selection process with us. We review the entire manufacturing process, talk to artisans, and see how they work. We attach great importance to fair and high quality products!

 The stories behind it

We also pass on our personal relationships and our knowledge of the Mexican handicraft and its tradition to our customers. They should know, for example, what history stands behind an artistically embroidered tunic, a beautifully crafted bangle made of recycled can clips or a particular floral motif. Then they wear not only the garment or the piece of jewelry, but in their consciousness also a piece of Mexican culture.