Cannot be Sold to European Countries Cannot be sold internationally or to any US based freight forwarder Ethnic patterning takes inspiration from the Peruvian Llama. Llamas were domesticated in the Andean Highlands of Perú 4,000-5,000 years ago. The Llama design combines with ethnographic Peruvian symbols in a rhythmic fusion of color and history.Our products offer more than a fashion statement, when you make a selection from our collections, not only are you choosing a beautiful piece of clothing and accessories, you are helping to preserve a remarkable and ancient cultural tradition. We also believe it is not only about being trendy and unique, but also keeping you and your baby warm in the best fibers of the world.The Alpaca Fiber is a superb source of shine and texture. Alpaca is the only animal species worldwide, whose hair naturally displays a wide array of colors, going from black to white, through different shades of brown and gray, allowing the animal to blend with the Andean landscape. And the fleece dyes to glorious colors as well. Alpaca is a sheared fiber, never skinned. Native Andean herdsmen shear them every other year at the onset of the rainy season. The first clip of the shearing alpaca is called baby alpaca. It provides a featherweight, heavenly soft fiber that is even more prized. Alpaca Fiber is seven times stronger and three times warmer than merino wool. The fiber actually contains microscopic air pockets that contribute to the creation of lightweight apparel with very high insulation value. Alpaca is silky against the skin and heavenly smooth to the touch. It is hypoallergenic and lanolin free; it does not absorb or retain moisture and it often wearable for those people who are allergic to wool.