By  on December 16, 2015

NEW YORK — Muzungu Sisters, the fair-trade digital marketplace that’s become known for its hand-embroidered blouses from Budapest and pom-pom Sicilian baskets, is coming to New York this week.

Founded by Tatiana Santo Domingo and Dana Alikhani, the London-based company is a traveling pop-up backed by a digital flagship that sells “pieces of national heritage that are disappearing,” according to Alikhani. The Web site at launched in 2011 with a corresponding physical space — and that’s been the approach ever since.

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