Sitka Collection

Sitka Collection

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Mor Alpaca Blend Cape

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$355.00
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Mora Suri Alpaca Blend Cape

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$585.00
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Graciela Suria Alpaca Blend Vest

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$245.00
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Raffy Baby Alpaca & Cotton Vest

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$395.00
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Valery Baby Alpaca & Cotton Jacket

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$365.00
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Erik Suri Alpaca Blend Jacket

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$495.00
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Erika Suri Alpaca Blend Coat

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$595.00
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Kiana Suri Alpaca Blend Jacket

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$445.00
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Gloria Baby Alpaca Blend Coat

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$495.00
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Noelia Baby Alpaca Blend Coat

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$595.00
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Noel Alpaca Coat

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Sitka was born in Peru and at an early age, she discovered her calling for fashion. After several experiences in designing and dressmaking she decided to study fashion design in the United States at the famous Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), where she graduated with honors. Sitka had the opportunity to work as a trainee with American designer Michael Kors, and for the first time, took part in presenting important collections in New York. She decided to return to Peru, where she set up her own fashion house. Following the immediate success of her collections, she soon became one of Peru’s top fashion designers. Sitka has taken part in several international fashion shows in Peru, Colombia, Panama, United States, Spain and Russia. Up to date, she has been the first and only Latin American designer to show her collections to the Russian market, at the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Russia. In 2011, she was named fashion ambassador for Peru. Sitka´s vision is to incorporate in her designs elements of her native Peru through the use of hand crafted textures, redefined prints and the use of peruvian materials such as baby alpaca and pima cotton.