In the Lares District of Peru, 75% of children are malnourished and 80% of people live on less than $1 a day. However, studies show that when women and girls earn income, 90% is reinvested into the family. Women use income to feed and educate their children, as well as purchase clothes and other necessities. Investing in women is a way to benefit the entire community, so that’s what we’re doing with the creation of the INKAcase product line.


We work to improve the lives of indigenous artisans and their families by developing products that bridge old world artistry and modern utility.


We envision a world where socially and environmentally conscious consumers are the norm and our goods fulfill their demand.


•  The economic empowerment of impoverished artisans.

•  The preservation of cultural heritage.

•  An environmentally sustainable product line.