What's old always seems to become new again, and Georgia Kirkpatrick knew that when she created Silvania. Georgia's grandmother had started a fabric business named Silvania Prints in 1958, and the Peruvian designer thought giving the company new live was the best way to pay homage. With all the designs still drawn by hand, Silvania garments are inspired by pre-colonial Peruvian motifs and are made solely in Peru, start to finish, by a partnership of farmers, experts, and artists. "The embroidery found on our garments is hand stitched by a group of indigenous Shipibo artisans in the Amazon jungle. We pay our production partners fair wages and invest a portion of profits in the health and education of their families."