The colours we have chosen for Pululi have been inspired by the unique landscapes, flora and fauna found in Peru.
Some of them bring back cherished memories we would like to share with you and hopefully one day you will be able to visit them too.Teal
The colour of Llanganuco lake in Huaraz is one of the most beautiful intense teal hues I have ever seen, it represents the many lakes we have in the Mountains with their crystal clear waters. (Photo: © Pajaros Volando / © SL-Photography / © Jhon)
We chose this colour because it is present in all our traditional textiles, filling them with life. It can be seen in some of our potato varieties (we have more than 1000 varieties of them) and in our exotic orchids in the Amazon Rainforest. (Photo: © jobi_pro / © SL-Photography / © Rafa)
This versatile colour can be seen in the salt Mines in Maras, which date back to Incan times, where an ancient tradition still carries. It is found in many of our ancient civilizations pottery, in our soil and rooftop tiles in the Mountains. (Photo: © Pavel Noradoa / © tan4ikk / © mehdi )
This colour represents the Pacific Ocean, dark, cold and mysterious. Rich in plankton which sustains an unimaginable variety of fish, marine animals and birds which we take as inspiration every day. This ocean makes our country’s coast line filled with desert beaches and incredible nature and has been the centre of civilizations with traditions we keep to the date. (Photo: © rjankovsky / © JuanPablo / © christian vinces)