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An essential kind of luxury

ESCVDO is a sustainable luxury brand approaching contemporary design
through innovation, excellence in craftsmanship and a special care for quality.

The brand started on a journey all over Peru, discovering ancestral textile heritage, craftsmanship and connection with the natural world

Meet

Creative Director

Chiara

Macchiavello

Designer, artist, businesswoman and working mom, Chiara Macchiavello started ESCVDO, as an ethical luxury brand focused on upholding Peru's rich textile traditions.

Growing up, Chiara traveled extensively and was in deep contact with Peru and the different cultural manifestations that can be found across its territory. Drawing on these lifelong connections with artisans, she has worked to showcase the country's unique textiles and craftsmanship while promoting sustainable practices and supporting local communities.

Chiara leads a ultidisciplinary team as creative director of ESCVDO, and has represented Peru internationally with a sustainable business model as well as a contemporary designer, focused in creating pieces under the highest standards of luxury and responsible practices.

With ESCVDO, Chiara won the Pitch to LAFS, presented by the Latin American Fashion Summit (LAFS) in the category Social Impact Brand of the Year 2023. That same year, she was listed by FORBES among the most influential women in Peru.

Milestones

2013

Founded by sisters Chiara and Giuliana Macchiavello, an artist and a fashion designer who share a deep-seated passion for Peru, its traditions, and its vast natural and cultural wealth.

2014

ESCVDO made its debut in Copenhagen Fashion Week and the Design Biennial in Madrid, among others fashion events.

2015

ESCVDO received recognitions from the City Council of Lima and the Andean Parliament in the category of New Entrepreneurship.

2018

ESCVDO was part of a popup in the Bergorf Goodman windows, during NYFW.

2021

ESCVDO was recognized by the prestigious WWD medium as one of the sustainable brands led by women with the greatest projection worldwide.

2023

ESCVDO was featured in the ¡"Moda Hoy! Latin American and Latinx Fashion Design Today" exhibition at the MFIT (The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology). The chosen garment became part of the museum’s

permanent collection. ESCVDO was selected for “Designers for the Planet”, exhibition for Milan Fashion Week’s Fashion Hub Winner of the Pitch to LAFS for Social Impact Project of the Year.

Collections

SS'24 CAMINO

The AfroPeruvian celebration

RW’24 MILAGRO

The AfroPeruvian glance

FW’23 CANDELA

Celebration from the Andes

SS’23 QANTU

With Peruvian artist Tater Vera

RW’23 COMETA

Inspired by Peruvian artist Federico Bauer

FW’22 BENDITA

Devotion in popular culture

SS’22 LA LIBERTAD

Inspired by pre-inca culture Lambayeque

RW‘20

Inspired by Peruvian artist Rafael Freyre

FW‘20 PARACAS

Celebration from the Andes

SS‘20 AMAZ

Inspired by Peruvian artist Valentina Maggiolo

SS’19 POSTCARDS FROM LIMA

Inspired by artist and historian Pancho Fierro

RW’19 VICTORIA REGIA

From the Peruvian Amazon rainforest

FW‘19 PARA ELENA

Inspired by Peruvian artist Elena Izcue