Christina Lynch founded Mi Golondrina after moving to New York City and working in sales at Oscar de la Renta. Her goal was to bring the beautiful traditions of Mexico that she was surrounded by growing up to the modern woman's wardrobe.
Artisans in small Mexican communities hand-embroider cotton shirts, dresses, pillows, and skirts with 200 year old patterns that are stunningly detailed in high-quality cottons, chambrays, and linens.
The production of each of Mi Golondrina’s hand-embroiedered tops and dresses begin in the small villages of Mexico by the hands of creative and powerful women.
Join us Thursday May 19th from 4 – 6 for a cocktail reception, and Friday May 20th from 11 – 5 for a Pop-Up Trunk Show, to check out these beautiful pieces.
See you there!