Peruvian Traditions was founded from an unconditional passion of the world´s finest materials, high quality and a stronger focus on social and environmental sustainability.
We are proud to announce who made our clothes. Our objective is to provide ethical services, promote fair trade and ensure the production of safety alpaca clothes and accessories.
Alpaca garments are sustainable because to obtain the yarn we do not harm any animal. We only use certified yarns of well-known origin and that use biodegradable dyes, for the international ecological standards allowed and tested for harmful substances for certifications like AZO, OEKO-TEX and REACH.
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Claudia and Carlos Cordero Berkovic, siblings and founders of Peruvian Traditions ventured into a world of color and textures, marveling at the great versatility and finest of the alpaca yarn. They decided to undertake several research trips through the Andes of Peru, in search of the best craftsmen, raw materials and suppliers in order to provide their customers with the best manufacturing solutions with alpaca fiber.
OUR mission- Nuestra misión
“We are dedicated to the commercialization and export of garments, manufactured with natural fibers, eco-friendly and fine blends. Working with social and environmental responsibility. Our commitment is to generate workflow to the communities of our associated workshops. Developing a fair-trade network with good values with our associate workshops, suppliers, clients and community.”
“Nos dedicamos a la comercialización y exportación de prendas de vestir de alta calidad, fabricadas con fibras naturales, eco amigables y finas mezclas. Trabajando con responsabilidad social y medio ambiental. Estamos comprometidos con generar trabajo para las comunidades de nuestros talleres asociados. Desarrollando una red de comercio justo y buenos valores con nuestros talleres asociados, proveedores, clientes. Estamos comprometidos con generar trabajo para las comunidades”