At its core, Qinti is our love letter to Peru's artisans.
Through Qinti, we hope to share with you Peru's rich heritage of high-quality craftsmanship through contemporary accessories, jewelry and home objects.
We specialize in Baby Alpaca. The fabric is wonderfully luxurious - and perfect as a scarf or coat.
For Claudia, she wore a deep violet wrap throughout university. Warm, hypoallergenic, and easy to throw into her bag, it has been a staple Claudia has been happy to introduce to her shop.
Vietnamese tried to make a hat modelling after the Goddess' by stitching together palm leaves, which is now known as Non la. The image of Non la has become strongly associated with peasant lives from the paddy field to boat men and women.
We are absolutely in love with our Pima Cotton bags. These bags are delicate - and you will not find one at Nordstroms. We only sell these through our brick-and-mortar shops given that each one is different.
These are sold only in-store, due to the fact that each is uniquely dyed, with a different configuration of patterns.
Founded by Claudia, you will see her style reflected throughout the shop: classic with a contemporary, feminine twist. Born in Germany but raised in Peru, Claudia has lived around the world (London, Hamburg, Frankfurt, New York City, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Macau).
As Claudia's labor of love, Qinti aims to bring you foundational wardrobe pieces in luxurious fabrics for unfussy elegance in everyday life.
At Qinti, all clothing, accessories, and jewelry are made of natural Peruvian materials, including: