This diamond hem is our rendition of a traditional "tocapu" found on Inca pottery, walls, and art. We've removed the collar and replaced it with a raw neckline. It's elegant, effortless, and versatile. You'll probably wake up in this after wearing it all day yesterday, and realize there's really no good reason to change out of it.
Magically carved out of rocks on the top of Machu Picchu, a condor looks out over the Andes mountain range. The Inca would perform their sacrificial rituals here, as the bird was believed to be a messenger to God and the heavens. Majestic and soulful, the Condór nestles into the left side of our deep grey.
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A comfortably rolled collar, with our alpacas stacked down the left. This burgundy color comes from the Cochineal insect (check out in Our Materials section), forging an unparalleled, stylish look. It's for an outdoor evening concert, an après-ski, or a low key walk around the city. It's for those who don't mind being seen.View full product details
"Flaco," a Peruvian slang word, is a cute way to refer to your partner (someone who you'd snag this sweater from). This cobalt comes from a bean-like pod called Tara. Wear it to lounge in bed with sweats or go hike Everest.View full product details