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Category Archives: Ethnographic Inspiration

December 6, 2010 The Legacy of Quechua Culture

Quechua culture is rich and vibrant with roots that extend well beyond the rise of the Inca Empire.  The Quechua language, and its culture, is incredibly diverse and wide-spread across South America, with approximately forty-six different sub-languages and twelve million … Continue reading

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September 20, 2010 The bohemian romance of Prague

  Boho-chic has been a reoccurring trend in fashion for years. The look is most often associated with a sort of care-free hippie style of dressing (think Janice Joplin and/or the Olsen twins) but where does exactly does the term … Continue reading

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August 16, 2010 An interview with Annie: highlights of Fall 2010

  Annie Hurlbut, CEO and co-founder of Peruvian Connection, shares her thoughts on Fall 2010. Q: What excites you about this fall’s PC collection, personally or in terms of fashion in general? A: Shorter hemlines. I love the versatility of … Continue reading

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July 29, 2010 To Dye For

Attention all die-hard tie-dye enthusiasts: This Saturday, the de Young Fine Arts Museum of San  Francisco opens its exhibit To Dye For: A World Saturated in Color which features over 50 tie-dyed textiles and costumes from around the world. The … Continue reading

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June 29, 2010 The Mysterious Nazca Lines

On the arid coastal plains of Southern Peru lie the cultural markings of the great Nazca people from thousands of years ago. With the rise of air travel in the 1920’s, researchers discovered giant desert markings that have become "one … Continue reading

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