An integrative part of our company philosophy is a value chain that is as transparent and efficient as possible for all sides. Therefore, in the following we exclusively present the three core elements of our production chain. How could this be better explained than by the acting persons themselves, transparently and directly: the manufactory near Lima, the middleman who collectivises the raw materials from the farmers on the local markets in the highlands of the Andes and the alpaca farmer who lives the ultimate harmony of man, animal and nature far away from any civilisation.

The manufacture.

The manufacturers buy the raw materials for our products from middlemen and process them into exquisite, high-quality end products. The skins are first selected according to size, soaked, cleaned and prepared for tanning. After tanning, the water used is collected by specialized companies and neutralized so that it cannot harm the environment. After tanning, the skins are washed again, dried and selected for dyeing. The skins selected for dyeing are tanned a second time and then selected for clothing. This is where the cutting and finishing of our high-quality products takes place.

The middleman.

The middlemen who buy the raw materials for our products from alpaca farmers have specialized in trading the soft wool. They buy the products from alpaca farmers in the Andes and then sell them in various places in Peru, such as Juliaca and Arequipa. From here, the high-quality raw materials are then processed into unique products in small factories. Occasionally, for example when animals have died or been slaughtered for their meat, they also buy the fur to resell at the various markets in Peru. However, trading quality wool remains the middlemen's main business.

The alpaca farmer.

Alpaca farmers in the highlands of the Andes keep the animals primarily for their productive and exquisite wool. The wool produced during the annual shearing is used primarily in the clothing industry. The fur of the alpacas only brings in a small yield, which is why no animals are slaughtered for their fur, but only the skins of alpacas whose lives have either come to a natural end or whose skins are a waste product of meat production are processed. The causes can be climatic changes, contaminated water, fights between animals or predators. Therefore, it is in the best interest of the alpaca farmer that his animals are healthy and happy. 


The sustainability of our products is deeply anchored in our corporate DNA. Find out more about sustainability.

The alpaca.

As one of the rarest, most beautiful and most valuable fibers in the world, alpaca is known for its incomparable softness and special heat retention properties.