Guatemala is known around the world for its distinctive style of handcrafted fabrics, such as those made with care at Trama Textiles. Despite globalization’s influences, Guatemala’s indigenous people continue to proudly retain their custom of creating and wearing gorgeous, colorful, and delicately adorned garments.

With the reality of racial discrimination being brought to light across the globe in recent years, we must honor individuals who proudly wear their traditions and culture on their sleeves with even greater admiration.

Guatemala is a small country, yet it is rich in Mayan cultural richness and traditions passed down through the generations. In Guatemala, not only are there at least 24 different languages spoken, but there is also a great deal of variation in the way people in different regions design and wear traditional attire.

This makes Guatemala an amazing place to find different styles of clothing!

List of Clothing Manufacturers In Guatemala:

  1. Denimville
  2. Vestex
  4. Ethical Fashion Team
  5. Industrias Colette SA
  6. Lama
  7. Meta Textiles


DENIMVILLE is a Guatemala City-based fashion denim jeans manufacturer. They provide as a platform for leading brands and retailers to bring new, fashion-forward items to market in a safe and sustainable manner.

They provide vertically integrated solutions “from the ground up” to their customers. Customers benefit from their specialist dry and wet processing capabilities, as well as their attention to the fit and construction elements of the jeans, in this ever-changing fashion denim sector.

DENIMVILLE’s knowledge of trends and creative designs allows them to target exactly what clients desire by:

  • Creating collections that respond to customer wants and demonstrate a thorough understanding of the market as well as technological excellence.
  • Coordinating product development from yarn through garment finishing in such a way that innovation is maximized while costs are kept low.
  • Creating and selling the right goods to the right customer at the appropriate price.
  • Pre-selecting the goods and assisting buyers with merchandise.

Contact Info:

Address: 37 Avenida 3-13 zona 7, Colonia Lomas del Rodeo, Guatemala City, Guatemala


Phone: +502 22973000



The Guatemalan Apparel and Textile Association (VESTEX) is a representative body for the industry that collaborates with public and commercial entities on a national and worldwide level to boost industry exports.

They are a highly productive, innovative, and adaptable sector comprised of clothing, textile, service, and accessory businesses that form an integrated cluster in Guatemala and export primarily abroad.

To be recognized as a competitive and responsible sector on a national and international level for its versatility, flexibility, and speed in serving and responding to customers with quality, providing services that meet the needs of end consumers, and offering products with design and high added value.

From threads, textiles, embroidery, serigraphs, sublimation, accessories, dyeing, and special finishes through the delivery of the completed product, Guatemalan clothing and textile industries create items with the highest added value in the region.

Contact Info:

Address: 15 ave. 14-72 zone 13. Agexport Building 2º Nivel, Guatemala

TEL: +502 2410-8323




Mr. José Luis Del Valle Migoya had a huge goal in 1955 to supply buttons to the whole Guatemalan maquila sector, textile market, and people’ houses. Because of his foresight, he launched an operation that resulted in the establishment of FABRICA DE BOTONES DEL VALLE, a Button Factory.

They’ve come a long way since then, becoming the national leader in button manufacture, pioneers of the Central American export business, and one of the most ardent champions of the International Maquila Industry.

Their mission has always been to service the textile industry’s small, medium, and large businesses while also working to promote the development of the national and Central American economies.

The several years of expertise of FBRICA DE BOTONES DEL VALLE, together with their highly skilled workers, best practices and procedures, cutting edge Italian technology, have resulted in a market change and preference toward their products.

They can proudly claim that their manufacturing standards are the most competitive in the international and national market, allowing them to be the largest button distributor.

Their innate desire to help you will take you beyond what the rest of the market has to offer. They make it a goal to consistently explore and grow their product selection in order to keep ahead of the ever-changing fashion market.

FBRICA DE BOTONES DEL VALLE wishes to be able to assist you and your company while also providing a valuable business utility in order to reduce your costs. producing a high-quality product at a reasonable price and with extensive experience

At the FABRICA DE BOTONES DEL VALLE, we welcome you to the world of buttons and invite you to learn more about us!

Contact Info:


TEL: +502 23116288

Address: 41-06, Avenida Petapa, Zona 12 Guatemala City Guatemala 01012


Ethical Fashion Team

Ethical is derived from the Greek ethos, which means “moral character,” and refers to a person or action that is morally correct – true, fair, and honest. The term is sometimes applied to persons who adhere to their profession’s moral standards.

Ethical Fashion Guatemala’s executive director is Carlos Saturnino Tzul. Their objectives are to generate jobs for artisans rather than to accept money.

Ethical Fashion Guatemala’s corporate structure is a Guatemala SA.

Ethical Fashion Guatemala’s attitude toward FAIR Trade is a branding concept, not a set of rules aimed at providing Artisans with a direct source of income. Ethical Fashion Guatemala’s effort has revolutionized the way artisans earn from their labour.

Accepting payments for the products sold by artisans was a hurdle for Ethical Fashion Guatemala.

Their Artisans can now accept a variety of payment methods.

Contact Info:

TEL: 5978-3672 Tel. 7762-2092 / 7762-2992

Industrias Colette SA

Industrias Colette SA develops and commercializes the industry’s own brands (along with the brands of specific clients), such as “Colette,” “Numbers,” and “Metropolitan Mills,” which have a wide range of modern designs, styles, and colors that have allowed them to stay in the market with highly satisfied clients, and they also have the ability to create brands from scratch for their clients.

The products’ strength is in the material quality, manufacturing, and finishing, as well as the variety and exclusivity of the patterns, which makes them highly valued and long-lasting clothing, as well as their rapid and timely delivery. It has the following features: A dynamic team responsible for the design and development of customer-specific clothes.

Knitting machines of various thicknesses are available today (5, 7,10 and 12). Electronic machines that complement the making and finishing process. Machines for embroidering. Special machines for knitting polo collars, inserts, and other items are also available.

Contact Info:

Address: 36 Av A 3-76 Z 7 Col El Rodeo, Guatemala.

Telephone: (502) 24314379 – 24324679




On January 6, 1976, Gustavo Antonio Ortiz Vega founded Lama Machinery with the goal of serving the national clothing industry by providing not only the best brands of machines in the world, but also technical advice based on experience gained from prior years working in the clothing maquila industry in Los Angeles, California, USA.

Gustavo became the Guatemalan representative for Juki in 1982, combining the sale of machinery with a big supply of spare parts and other kinds of high-tech accessories to help customers increase their productivity.

Following his death in 1997, the next generation has carried on his legacy by expanding the product line to include Barudan embroidery machines, Omega weavers, KM fabric cutters, Oshima and Hashima fusing equipment, Maqi line of affordable machines, equipment for making Richpeace quilts, laser cutters, ironing equipment, and all kinds of rebuilt machinery with warranties. Lama continues to introduce cutting-edge technologies to its product line, such as ultrasonic equipment and more.

Lama is dedicated to Guatemala and grateful to God and their clients for allowing them to serve the country for over 40 years.

Contact Info:

TEL: 2496-5777 / 2439-0243,
WhatsApp: 31305817

Meta Textiles

The vision of Meta Textiles is to establish themselves as a market leader in the development and manufacture of textile products by providing personalized service to all of their customers.

And their main objective is to benefit the stakeholders, partners, and team members while also being environmentally conscious for future generations.

This company began in 1995 as an assembly plant in the little basement of a house near the park in San Pedro Sacatepequez, with an area of 80 m2 and 15 employees.

With the help of their employees’ hard work and dedication, the company grew to become GRUPO MATEX, which now occupies a 3,400-square-meter space and employs over 200 people directly and subcontracts hundreds more.

Meta Textiles has grown from a tiny assembly plant to industry leaders in wearing garments over the last 20 years. They have experienced steady growth as a result of their products and services, market evolution, and consumer demand.

Contact Info:

Address: Km 16.5 Carretera a San Juan Sac. Cond. Industrial Mixco Norte Mixco, Guatemala
Tel: +502 2316 6000


Kristen Cavanaugh is a fashion author and blogger; she has been preparing fashion articles for different magazines over the years and apart from writing about contemporary fashion, Kristen also runs a clothing store that offers massive discounts on Name brands. She does agree that there is a big problem with how people dress, as people simply don’t know how to pair clothes to achieve the perfect look. According to Kristen putting on the right kinds of clothes will not only boost your confidence but will also enhance your personality, and for people to achieve the above they need information, the reason why she came up with the extensive and comprehensive excerpts on the different aspects as concerns fashion.

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