The process begins with the meticulous selection of the fibers for each piece and collection.
The Alpaca fiber is an eco-friendly animal product that is grown organically in the Andes. The fabrics are obtained through a shearing process that takes place once a year and that doesn’t harm the alpacas in any way. There are different varieties of this fiber, being the Baby Alpaca one of the most luxurious and distinguished. The quality of Baby Alpaca can easily be compared to the quality of Mongolian cashmere and Merino wool.
The baby silk is a new clothing material composed of 80% natural Baby Alpaca fiber and 20% Mulberry silk. Mulberry silk is, both, the most expensive and the most distinguished type of silk in the world. Mulberry silk is produced entirely by silkworms raised in captivity and maintained in specific optimum conditions, it is 100% hypoallergenic and allows the skin to breath. This luxurious fabric combines the soft elegance of the Baby Alpaca and the smoothness of the silk. The Baby Silk fiber is lighter than normal Baby Alpaca and feels more delicate to the touch.
Pima Cotton is a renowned vegetal fabric of magnificent quality, being the variety that grows in Peru one of the most celebrated because of its durability, deluxe comfort, and smoothness.