In 1989, María Teresa Bozo de Serrate and her husband Edgar Serrate created Alpaca Style with the scope of exporting Bolivian garments. Thanks to their network of contacts since the first year they began exporting sweaters and cardigans, to Spain to clients as El Corte Inglés and Doña Guiomar.

The company was focused on the needs of the clients, where the main requirement was exclusive garments. Based on this, the company developed a first collection of shawls, scarves, and capes with wonderful embroideries what become the hallmark of the company.

The result was that the products reached more markets like France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Canada, Australia, Japan, Mexico among the more important.

The next step was to introduce Alpaca Style products to the U.S. market where the clients were high-end boutiques and since 2004, Alpaca Style products were introduced in the high-end catalog of the National Geographic.

Today the company is developing the local market but always searching new clients around the world that are looking for beautiful garments that in our case are done by talented women of indigenous origin at 4.000 meters above the sea level.