Cape 342

Quick Overview

This exquisite combination of black on black is one of the most exclusive and rare combinations that we carry — black alpacas are extremely uncommon, and it's always a treat when we our artisan partners bring us one of these.

Note: our ch'umpi color can also contain subtle variations of dark brown, as we use only natural color of alpaca which come in many different shades at once. 

This cape contains repeating symbols of Mt. Ausangate (tallest mountain in Cusco region) and the K'intu (sacred offering of 3 coca leafs each representing one of the worlds in the Andean cosmivision). 


The weavings we carry are all one-of-a-kind and made of 100% ethically-sourced baby alpaca wool. Quality is all about the fabric materials and the construction. When high-end fabrics meet excellent construction, you receive a garment that lasts longer and ages gracefully. Moon Rising is committed to offering the best quality products that are backed by a mission and purpose worth seeding into the future.
Every thread was created with intention and dedication to process. All our capes are expertly handwoven by our Andean Indigenous sisters in Peru. Your vessel deserves more than fast-fashion; when you choose textiles that will stand the test of time you’re investing in every life it comes into contact with. 

Returns and exchanges for online orders are accepted when the product has not been worn, altered, washed and is returned within 14 days of order.

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