Featured in Vogue and London Fashion Week, Matin has made a name for herself at international level. “Mozhdeh Matin works under the fundaments of recovery, revaluing and reinterpreting the ancestral textiles and symbologies that the world have to offer […using] current technology in Pima cotton and Alpaca, conducting her designs with Peruvian artisans and native people in the Andes,” states her website. Matin was also a consultant fashion designer with the Peruvian government to develop sustainability work in different Peruvian villages. Her passion for design goes much deeper than just appearance, but to a place of self-discovery. “Fashion is a way to know your country and yourself,” said Matin in El Comercio. Born outside of Lima, she has since moved to city to produce her work.
Inspired by Peru’s numerous ruins and their pre-Columbian inhabitant’s mythology, Lorena Pestana created a line of jewelry using various pre-Columbian symbols found in textiles and pottery art. After traveling to various ruins in Peru, she decided to set up shop in Miraflores to begin her jewelry designing career. Since then, she has opened several shops all over Peru featuring her jewelry. Her work looks to the past to create a future.
Although born in Arequipa, Claudia Jiménez has taken up residence in Lima, where she studied and now works from. A global designer, her work has been on display in Paris, Mexico, Panama and Costa Rica. Claudia owns two stores where she sells all her lines ranging from haute couture to prêt-à-porter accessories. With cutting-edge designs and flawless elegance, her store is well worth checking out when in Lima.
Darling Claudia Jimenez @claudiajimenezofficial at her boutique. Temanku Claudia adalah satu designer yang paling dikenal di Peru. Koleksinya bisa di lihat di Fashion Week di berbagai pelosok dunia. Rancangannya bagus sekali, kualitas pun setara dengan para designer terkenal. She is beautiful and very talented 🌹❤ 🌍🎉 @Peru #FQPeru @peruenindonesia #lima #peru #southamerica
Project Pietà clothing is a brand started by Thomas Jacob, a French designer who moved to Lima to explore its burgeoning design scene. Upon visiting a prison in Lima, Jacob was struck with the idea of having inmates work on clothing projects, after seeing sewing machines left unused there. The project has since expanded and is on its second collection, featuring the work of the Peruvian inmates – a highly unusual project that produces stylish and fashionable products.
With decades of experience in the fashion industry and having numerous lines featured on catwalks across the world, Norka Peralta is perhaps the leader of haute couture fashion in Peru. Creator and current director of the brand that bears her name, which is located in upscale San Isidro, Peralta uses fabrics such as silks and alpaca wool with handmade embroidery for her designs.