The Inca Art Boutque is a young family « startup ». We are proudly peruvian and Canadian. We strongly wish to share our passion for Latin America through the unique products offered by Peru and his close neighborhood.
Product 100% peruvian, Canadian and more!
Our main goal is to make you discover South America through his culture and his unique products proposition; Alpaca clothes, tablecloths, blanckets, musical instruments, ponchos, jewelleries and more. Nonetheless we offer products imported from Peru, we are very proud to offer products made in Canada.
We want to contribute to both the economy of Peru and Canada by promoting products from those 2 countries :
- We buy products from both Peru and Canada
- We are based in Canada
- We support local suppliers.
The Origin of our Products
The vast majority of our products come from the huge market of Gamarra, located in Lima, Peru. Gamarra is known as the largest textile market in South America and the centre of this major industry of the country. A large percentage of the products from this industry transit by this place or are simply manufactured there. With the help of our family, these products are buyed there and then shipped to Canada… and then to you!
Laura is native of Lima, Peru. She lived most of her life in the district of San Juan de Miraflores, a vast district of Lima borned from the immigration of people from the countryside to the city. Laura now lives in Montreal since 2004.
Laura add a bachelor degree in administration. She has been introduced very young to the world of business. Strongly attached to her culture, she is also proudly canadian.
In 2009, Laura helped her mother to raise the first boutique of the family : l’Artisanat Péruvien de Lanaudière.
In 2013, Laura created her « Machu Picchu » with the help of her family here and in Peru; The Inca Art Boutique.
Her Goal : to make you discover the exciting latin-american culture.
Vincent is a Canadian born who fall in love first with a peruvian woman, than with the whole latin-american culture. He traveled in 2009 in south america for a month and a half. He visited Peru, Chile and Bolivia.
Vincent is from Quebec and fell in love first with a Peruvian, then with the whole Latin American culture. In 2009 Vincent traveled in South America for a month. He visited Peru, Bolivia and Chile. Vincent eventually returned to Peru in 2014.
Holder of a Master of Science in Business Administration, marketing concentration, he is the "Inca" that sits on the site management and marketing.