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The Best Clothing Brands Made in Peru

April 28, 2023
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This article showcases our top picks for the Best Clothing Brands Made in Peru. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Ariana Bohling

This product was recommended by Derrick Hathaway from VEM-Medical

While ensuring livable wages, Ariana Bohling works to protect the craft of handicrafts in Peru. Her slippers are made from cruelty-free alpaca wool, and her shoes are made from Peruvian leather. Ariana Bohling is committed to providing a secure and quality-driven work environment for the men and women who make shoes and pajamas that you can love and are proud of.

Indigenous Clothing

This product was recommended by Derrick Hathaway from VEM-Medical

Indigenous Clothing’s specialty uses organic and fair trade items made by Peruvian women that are hand knit. Indigenous Clothing is focused on giving back to the regional communities that contribute to producing the materials, such as alpaca wool. It pays fair wages to improve everyone’s quality of life.

Raven + Lily

This product was recommended by Derrick Hathaway from VEM-Medical

The main objective of Austin-based company Raven + Lily is to empower women and pay them fairly for their labor. Raven + Lily can create their warm and alluring designs in Peru by utilizing local methods and materials.

Claudia Bertolero

This product was recommended by Bonnie Fisher from Better World Apparel

Claudia Bertolero uses sustainable production methods by reinterpreting Peruvian ancestral techniques of weaving and embroidering but with a modern vision. Her collection brings pieces made of handwoven 100% cotton fabric.

Annaiss Yucra

This product was recommended by Bonnie Fisher from Better World Apparel

Annaiss Yucra is a peruvian brand that uses methods that are sustainable and avoid the production of waste. They create pieces that are made with recovered fabrics and yarns, also obtained from recycling plastic. The brand has also created its own Compost Textil fabric, a special mix of different textile waste components. Along with it, silkscreen printing is handmade to save water.

Krochet Kids International

This product was recommended by Melissa Terry from VEM Tooling

Krochet Kids International is a nonprofit organization that began in Uganda in 2007 and expanded to Peru in 2012. They employ local children, pay them a living wage, and provide them with tools to improve their communities. The team at Krochet Kids International is dedicated to bridging the gap between their customers and the makers of their goods. Krochet Kids International’s programs to help local women become self-sufficient and educated have a profound and lasting effect on their communities.


This product was recommended by Irene Graham from Spylix

What’s not to like about WOOLN, the fair trade yarn sourced from Peru and produced by Grandmothers in New York City? The rural families who rely on alpaca farming for an income are the beneficiaries of WOOLN’s ethically sourced alpaca yarn. Knitters over 60 create opulent garments at their New York City boutiques. Margaux Rousseau and Faustine Badrichani, the organization’s co-founders, set out to improve the lives of people worldwide, and they’re succeeding.

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