Nannacay (Nãnākay), name of origin Quechua Aimara, that means brotherhood of women. Much more than a brand, it is a new social fashion project; Creative Hands Transforming Lives. Its mission is to help people develop creative potential by serving as a bridge between people who need help and people who want to help. The first line of products that already circulates among fashionistas, is produced by a community of artisans from Peru. They are purses and reed objects with tribal roots that reflect the country's colorful, vibrant design and shapes. Handmade and uncluttered, the pieces are unique, since one model is never the same as the other. All the development, color standardization and quality control is coordinated by Marcia Kemp, who lends her expertise to the community. Asked about the profile of those who use Nannacay, Marcia does not hesitate to respond: women who like beauty and admire the simplicity of life.