Cuidados

DE LATINOAMERICA, LUJO SUSTENTABLE

Bolivia is where it all started for us over a decade ago. Here we discovered a little known wool fibre that comes from llamas living in the highlands of Bolivia reaching altitudes as high as 5,000 metres. Which would explain why the local indigenous people poetically refer to these as the fibres nearest the sky. The quality of the fibre is utterly exquisite. It’s a natural wonder unsurpassed anywhere else in the world. It’s here where we make our Aiayu knitwear. For us, our Bolivian connection is so much more than a story about a remarkably high quality llama wool. It’s also the story about a unique country and its indigenous people. How they have survived the high altitude of the highlands. The rainy summers and dry winters.

ALPACA

Bolivia is where it all started for us over a decade ago. Here we discovered a little known wool fibre that comes from llamas living in the highlands of Bolivia reaching altitudes as high as 5,000 metres. Which would explain why the local indigenous people poetically refer to these as the fibres nearest the sky. The quality of the fibre is utterly exquisite. It’s a natural wonder unsurpassed anywhere else in the world. It’s here where we make our Aiayu knitwear. For us, our Bolivian connection is so much more than a story about a remarkably high quality llama wool. It’s also the story about a unique country and its indigenous people. How they have survived the high altitude of the highlands. The rainy summers and dry winters.

PIMA

Bolivia is where it all started for us over a decade ago. Here we discovered a little known wool fibre that comes from llamas living in the highlands of Bolivia reaching altitudes as high as 5,000 metres. Which would explain why the local indigenous people poetically refer to these as the fibres nearest the sky. The quality of the fibre is utterly exquisite. It’s a natural wonder unsurpassed anywhere else in the world. It’s here where we make our Aiayu knitwear. For us, our Bolivian connection is so much more than a story about a remarkably high quality llama wool. It’s also the story about a unique country and its indigenous people. How they have survived the high altitude of the highlands. The rainy summers and dry winters.

SEDA

Bolivia is where it all started for us over a decade ago. Here we discovered a little known wool fibre that comes from llamas living in the highlands of Bolivia reaching altitudes as high as 5,000 metres. Which would explain why the local indigenous people poetically refer to these as the fibres nearest the sky. The quality of the fibre is utterly exquisite. It’s a natural wonder unsurpassed anywhere else in the world. It’s here where we make our Aiayu knitwear. For us, our Bolivian connection is so much more than a story about a remarkably high quality llama wool. It’s also the story about a unique country and its indigenous people. How they have survived the high altitude of the highlands. The rainy summers and dry winters.

MERINO

Bolivia is where it all started for us over a decade ago. Here we discovered a little known wool fibre that comes from llamas living in the highlands of Bolivia reaching altitudes as high as 5,000 metres. Which would explain why the local indigenous people poetically refer to these as the fibres nearest the sky. The quality of the fibre is utterly exquisite. It’s a natural wonder unsurpassed anywhere else in the world. It’s here where we make our Aiayu knitwear. For us, our Bolivian connection is so much more than a story about a remarkably high quality llama wool. It’s also the story about a unique country and its indigenous people. How they have survived the high altitude of the highlands. The rainy summers and dry winters.   Recomendamos realizar el cuidado de las prendas Guacha según las indicaciones que nos indican nuestro productores en Perú, que normalmente es : LAVADO EN SECO. Esto va a garantizar la larga vida de las prendas Guacha. Las fibras de alpaca natural son materiales “autolimpiables”, por lo que ventilar nuestras prendas suele ser suficiente para darles un nuevo comienzo. El lavado es duro para las prendas y el medio ambiente. El desperdicio de agua no solo es relevante en el proceso de producción, sino también en términos del consumidor. Para minimizar el desperdicio, el lavado a mano. Para nuestras prendas recomendamos un lavado delicado, con jabón especial para Sedas o Lanas. Si no tenés jabón de lana, use champú para el pelo, que está diseñado para fibras naturales. Nunca uses lavandina u otro tipo de quimico. Evitá poner cualquiera de tus artículos Guacha en una secadora. Cualquier temperatura alta, desde un secador o hasta una plancha, dañará las fibras y desgastará tus diseños antes de tiempo. Para obtener los mejores resultados, simplemente dejá que tus productos Guacha se sequen al aire. Esto también ahorrará en el consumo de energía.