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In the last 10 years, we have managed to make an impact in the life of more than 7500 artisans and producers by creating design training workshops, combining fashion current trends and the artisans' work with camelid fibers.


These systemic changes improve the quality and commercialization of the product while developing a camelid fiber industry as a source of employment, socio-economic development, and sustainable consumption of our natural


artisans and


we collaborate with more 50 universities


Small and Medium firms 


professionals collaborate at the University


consultancies to local social and entrepreneurs

Economic impact


Our experience with diverse stakeholders places us in a strategic position when it comes to solving problems and obtaining competitive products that, apart from generating an impact, have real and constant demand.

The commercial success reached allows us to reinvest resources to advance in our objectives, perfect our products, and generate a commercial success circle. 

Moreover, our position allows us to add value to our unique and native fiber within a market with consumers highly interested in luxury elegance.

Environmental impact

The production processes of camelid fibers are 100% organic and are made by natural products that capitalize the animal and plant wealth of the region. Furthermore, due to their quality and resistance, our garments have a significantly longer life in comparison to other products, and they reflect timelessness and universality.

The products created with natural fibers need less washing frequency; hence cleaning them requires fewer resources, whereas synthetic fabrics have a major degradation compared to natural fibers as these are biodegradable.

Promoting ancestral techniques result in an ecological, long-lasting product, elevates the voice of artisans and entrepreneurs, and provides them with the right tools.

Accountable consumption

By educating the consumer about accountable purchasing, we intend to introduce new paradigms into committed consumption. We believe that when everyone knows what the process is to make clothes, it will result in a positive change for them. The work we do involves what we wear.

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