About Mama Ocllo

Under our private brand Mama Ocllo we produce rompers, kimono body suits and dresses for babies and infants (0-18 months) from finest Peruvian natural materials.

As a German-Peruvian-French team, it is our special mission to offer to our customers sophisticated, limited edition products and at the same time to bring our contribution to a long-term socio-economic development in Peru.

We reach this by:
  • 100% production in Peru
  • the use of organic-certified Pima and Tangüis cotton as well as high-quality natural materials
  • fair trade hand-made baby accessories

Fair Trade Baby Clothing

We specialized in Peru´s most precious natural fibres: Pima and native cotton of organic quality. Silky soft, rare and ideal for sensitive baby skin – this is the Peruvian Pima cotton. In connection with naturally coloured native cotton, we create cheerful designs, which are ideal for newborn children due to the complete renouncement to synthetic colouring materials.

 We offer clothing articles in strong colours to all those who would like to dress their babies into more multicoloured pieces. The fibres are dyed in water-based paint, under strict adherence to the OEKO TEX® Standard 100. Thus the good skin tolerance of cotton is retained and the environment is not damaged.

In addition to organic baby clothing, you find fair trade hand-knitted cuddly toys and accessories at Mama Ocllo. Women in the Peruvian Andes knit for their financial independence.

Our Philosophy

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Mama Ocllo likes to offer the demanding customer organic baby fashion and at the same time contributes to a lasting socio-economic development in Peru.

The Legend

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Many, many years ago, the sun God Inti sent his daughter Mama Ocllo on the Earth, so that she laid the foundation stone for a large empire, the Inca Empire.

Our Team

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Mama Ocllo was born out of the wish of three friends to build a bridge between Europe and South America and at the same time create a shared value in Peru.