Cempazúchitl Collection by LED Queens

LED Queens’ brand-new Cempazuchitl print has arrived to celebrate Mexico and Mesoamerican culture with a hyper-modern vibe. Cempazuchitl is the Nahuatl word for the marigold flower, which symbolizes Día de Los Muertos, the Mexican holiday that celebrates the return of our ancestors and relatives on November 1 and 2. LED Queens founder Cesar Torres has explored these themes deeply in their Coil book series, in which a select group of humans visit the underworld of the Aztec gods, where marigolds sing and create poetry.

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