Aneeth Arora, a fashion designer originally from Rajasthan, draws inspiration from the local Indian population's style. She created Péro, which in Marwari - the local language of Rajasthan - means "to wear"; simple attire with soft and comfortable clothes that are simple and at the same time refined, thanks to the continuous research on fabrics and details and the use of ancient Indian production techniques. Each collection begins with a journey into the Subcontinent in search of inspiration, suggestions and ancient know-how that is still handed down from generation to generation - handcrafted processes almost impossible to find elsewhere create dresses, coats, sweaters and scarves that are unique, inimitable and timeless.