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Our feminine take on the iconic fisherman sweater is knit of soft baby alpaca in a mix of lacy Aran cables. Engineered with godets for a fit-and-flare silhouette and finished with a round neck and ribbed trim.
  • XS-XL
  • Fit: Semi-Fitted
  • 100% Baby Alpaca
  • Made in Peru
  • 29"
    Sale Price Colors: Ivory, Charcoal, Malbec
  • An ultra-chic essential, the tunic is knit of sublimely soft, woolen-spun royal alpaca. Rolled neck; drop shoulders; dolman sleeves. Extra-long rib knit trim at the cuffs and hem create a soft blouson shape.
  • XS-XL
  • Fit: Relaxed
  • 100% Woolen Royal Alpaca
  • Made in Peru
  • 29 1/2"
    Sale Price Colors: Ivory, Pimento, North Sea
  • Fusing time-honored tradition with modern wearability, the shaped v-neck cardigan is patterned in Andean manta stripes of chambray, russet, peat and taupe. Handloomed of silky baby alpaca (69%), wool (29%) and pima (2%).
  • XS-XL
  • 3 Horn Buttons at Waist
  • Fit: Classic
  • Baby Alpaca (69%), Wool (29%), Pima Cotton (2%)
  • Handwash/Dry Clean
  • Made in Peru
  • 30"
  • This lacy, hand­crocheted cardigan is a time-intensive masterwork of artisan stitch techniques. Cast in a tweedy palette of twilight hues—from dusky blue and teal to soft lavender and deep violet—with a round neck, full-length sleeves and scalloped trim. Pima (52%), alpaca (36%) and wool (12%).
  • XS-XL
  • 6 Mother of Pearl Buttons
  • Fit: Classic
  • Pima Cotton (52%), Baby Alpaca (36%), Wool (12%)
  • Dry Clean Only
  • Made in Peru
  • 22"
  • In frothy baby alpaca (60%), nylon (35%) and merino wool (5%) our soft t-neck has a ruffled peplum hem.
    A column of tone-on-tone cabling adds dimension to the full-fashion knit pima t-neck. Ribbed down the raglan sleeves; extra-long rib knit trim.
    Knit in a mirage of hand-painted bouclé yarns of cream with golden autumnal hues, our frothy alpaca (90%) and wool (10%) dolman-sleeve kimono features drop shoulders, elbow sleeves and an open placket.
    The consummate fall jacket alternative, inspired by a woman's shawl from Chinchero. Our cardigan is knit in alternating pattern stripes and solid links on a striated ground of dusky plum. Simply styled with an open shawl collar, in pima (79%), baby alpaca (15%) and wool (6%).
    Knit easy and oversized, the links stitch cardigan is a luxurious layering piece. Knit of frothy, woolen-spun royal alpaca, with drop shoulders, patch pockets, shawl collar and deep back vent. Marble or Black.
    Inspired by an Andean canyon, stratigraphic bands of color run the length of this handsome traditional ruana. The chic style can be worn as a front slit poncho, or as shown, with one side tossed over the shoulder. Generously scaled and deliciously soft in brushed and woven alpaca with a touch of cotton.
  • One size
  • Alpaca (97%), Tanguis Cotton (3%)
  • Dry Clean Only
  • Made in Peru
  • A gorgeous wrap for chilly days ahead—our contemporary cardigan is constructed of double-faced, felted baby alpaca (70%) and wool (30%). Jacquard knit in a filigree of charcoal and taupe medallions, the ingenious design can be worn in a myriad of ways. With a wide, buttoning, convertible shawl collar, optional self-belt, pockets and angular hem; finished with blanket-stitched trim.
  • XS-XL
  • 2 Horn Buttons at Collar; Self-Belt
  • Baby Alpaca (70%), Wool (30%)
  • Handwash/Dry Clean
  • Made in Peru
  • 29"-36 1/2"
  • Sundrenched desert shades are knit in floatless jacquard into finely etched diamond and flame motifs on this sensational pima cotton, baby alpaca and wool kimono.  An array of complex color variations including rust, turquoise, indigo, loden, ochre and navy play across the generously sized 28
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