Our Huayta collection tells a retablist story of connection with nature, from the ancient city of Ayacucho, symbolising the Ayacucho flowers in a freer and moving silhouette.
Combined with a subtle palette of earthy colours in eco-friendly materials such as baby alpaca (Upcycle) and PET yarn (Recycle).
Material: Eco Baby Pet (30% Baby alpaca UpCycle + 70% Pet - recycled)
HAND MADE IN PERU
Machine or hand wash in cold water.
Hang to dry without wringing.
Iron at low temperature.
Important: Each of the Crop sweaters is a special piece, it may be from the same collection but the embroidery is not necessarily 100% identical.
About this piece: This sweater is hand made in Peru. We preserve the local techniques in weaving, tailoring and embroidery of each artist, preserving culture, traditions and giving value to our local communities.
Your purchase helps us maintain our culture alive!
We have built a business model based on the quality of life of our collaborators, starting with fair salary payments. We generates employment cocreating with artists from vulnerable areas of different provinces of the country.
More than 23 popular artists from Ayacucho, Huánuco, Huancayo, Cusco, Pucallpa, Lima and Arequipa are benefited by our teamwork with the craftsmen.
We have an environmental, health and safety policy that establishes group goals for key environmental aspects. To promote the responsible consumption and to educate our community so they will value the environment as we do. We produce 3 collections a year. We reuse all the waste of our raw material, making accessories or dolls.The materials we use come from sustainable sources, as well as the wastes of deadstock materials from the textile and leather industry.
The main objective is to promote the conservation of the Amazon forests, where families of native communities of the Shipibo Conibo and Cacataibo ethnic groups live, and to contribute to improving their quality of life.
We will achieve this by working hand in hand between Polleras de Agustina, native communities and AIDER, in the development and co-creation of "Products with history", which come from a sustainable management of natural resources, through the Forestry Alliance initiative.