Kelia of Peru

Kelia was inspired by Peru.  It is our tribute to the Incan moon Goddess and is also an everlasting reminder of the importance of playfulness in our lives.

Kelia Energy = Play
Named after the Incan goddess of the Moon, Kelia's intricate design weaves the ancient Quechua symbols for the moon amidst traditional prints created and worn by Peru's women and children to this day.  The silver tears surrounding the neckline are depictions of the tears the Goddess rained down on the earth to nurture it.  The token bright pink is a memory of the little girls in Cusco, playing in the streets, baby llamas tucked under their arms and bring pink pom pom swinging from their hats.  If you look closely you’ll find those pom poms on Kelia too :-)