Last Chance Dept.
Dipaka takes me to see her llamas as they drink water at the River Chili, outside Arequipa. It’s quiet here, except for the water rushing over the rocks. Powder blue sky stretches out for miles.
We take off our shoes and wade into the cool water. Dipaka wears a colorful hand-embroidered tunic that almost vibrates with contentment-a confidence I haven’t seen in her before.
“Wow, it’s nice out here.”
“It is, JP, isn’t it?”
Who knew an MIT graduate, after a decade in mergers and acquisitions in New York, would buy a llama ranch in Peru?
Where will you end up after you figure it all out? Will you know?
I bet you’ll be wearing this, or something like it.
Epiphany Tunic (No. 4236). 100% cotton voile. Hand-embroidered design in cotton thread at front, back (motif), armholes and sleeve hem. Scoop neckline with keyhole opening. Side slits.Black print has ¾ sleeves and falls to upper thigh. Red print has long sleeves and comes just above the knee.
Women's sizes: XXS (0-2), XS (2-4), S (6-8), M (10-12), L (14-16), XL (18-20).
Color: Black Multi-Print, Multicolored Print with Green and Yellow Embroidery.
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Fabric Content: 100% Cotton.
Care Instructions: Machine Washable.