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Paisleys and distressed-washed florals, light knits springy ethnographic textiles and precious jewelry dot the racks and tables of the interior of a new shop on Armitage. In anticipation for the new air of springtime, Peruvian Connection, with only five boutiques has opened the sixth. In over 35 years in business, the store has evolved a cult-following for their Alpaca, Peruvian Pima Cotton and Vicuña Fiber which is now available to shop first hand in Chicago. The varied collection is made for ultra-luxe wearability from season to season and will fit in the mix with anyone's current wardrobe.
· Peruvian Connection [Official Site]