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Be the Face of Alpaca International!

Be the next Alpaca International ambassador! Share a picture of yourself on Facebook or Instagram of you wearing one of your favorite Alpaca International garments and at the end of May the Alpaca team will choose a winner. The winner will will be announced online and receive a gift card to the store (to redeem online or in-person).

How to Enter:
  1. Take a picture of yourself wearing your favorite Alpaca International garment.
  2. Share the photo on Facebook or Instagram using the hashtag: #AlpacaInternationalAmbassador
  3. Make sure you are following Alpaca International!
  4. Tag us in your photo!

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It began with a vision in the high Andes of my homeland, Peru; one that became the symbol and label of my company. The passion of my life has taken me on an amazing journey. Here, throughout the pages of the Alpaca International website, I want to share that vision with everyone.
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In the landscape of the Peruvian Andes, at 12,000 feet above sea level, one thousand years ago, the Incas (my ancestors) domesticated the Alpaca. The animal’s wool became a source of fantastic, fine fiber. Its luxurious threads were mixed with gold and silver, which was the fiber of royalty. Alpaca International is proud to introduce
"The Gold of the Andes"
~Zia Boccaccio

Alpaca News

New York Times - Hoping Llamas Will Become Coronavirus Heroes

May 15, 2020

"Winter is a 4-year-old chocolate-colored llama with spindly legs, ever-so-slightly askew ears and envy-inducing eyelashes. Some scientists hope she might be an important figure in the fight against the novel coronavirus. "She is not a superpowered camelid. Winter was simply the lucky llama chosen by researchers in Belgium, where she lives, to participate in a series of virus studies involving both SARS and MERS. Finding that her antibodies staved off those infections, the scientists posited that those same antibodies could also neutralize the new virus that causes Covid-19. They were right, and published their results Tuesday in the journal Cell. ... "This antibody is a genetic characteristic llamas share with all camelids, the family of mammals that also includes alpacas,...

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