This brightly colored invitation was a preview of the vibrant clothes and rich textures at Perú Moda.
Meche Correa incorporated traditional Peruvian weaving techniques into playful, modern pieces.
A weaver in Andean dress making traditional textiles on a handloom.
I couldn’t help but take a photograph of these embellished pillows.
NB by Noe Bernacelli capitalized on Peru’s fine wools by creating several beautifully woven knits in rich neutral hues.
This photograph by Mario Testino at MATE, a museum in the trendy Barranco district that is home to much of the photographer’s work, depicts traditional Andean dress for Carnival in Cusco in 2010.
Spools of brightly striped textiles at a local market.
Elfer Castro echoes Fall 2014’s biggest trend: cozy knitwear from head to toe.
La Huaca Pucllana, a pyramid made of adobe and clay, housed ritual games for the elite clergymen around 500 AD. It’s located in the heart of the Miraflores District.
In between shows I visited Sergio Dávila, who designs sophisticated, multicolored sportswear for both men and women, at his retro store in Lima’s Miraflores District.
One of my favorite pieces came from Escudo’s first collection. The brand’s designer Chiara Macchiavello works with weavers who create the fabrics on handlooms in the Andean town of Huancavelica.
The aji amarillo pepper can be found in several traditional Peruvian dishes.