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Pisco for Peru

LiFT Label, Silvania and Ecotrust

Thursday, July 18, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)

Portland, OR

Pisco for Peru

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Join Portland’s own LiFT Label and Silvania for an unforgettable night of cocktails & fashion on Ecotrust’s sublime summertime roof for an early celebration of Peruvian Independence Day (July 28th) and to help break barriers to education for children in rural Peru!


Martin Zarzar of Pink Martini will be serving up the jams while our Las Primas bartenders are serving up specialty pisco cocktails. While pisco is best known for Pisco Sours, the national cocktail of Peru, we'll be putting a PDX spin on ours with Northwest ingredients and exotic aperitifs to a delightfully multicultural bacchanal.


LiFT & Silvania have teamed up to create a limited edition run of pocket tee shirts and sweatshirts to raise funds and awareness for CARE Peru. In addition, select looks from the LiFT Label and Silvania collections will be available to purchase with 25% of the profits going to CARE Peru.


The event will take place on the third floor terrace of the Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center (informally called the Ecotrust building) at 721 NW Ninth Ave, Portland, Oregon, 97209 between 7:00 and 10:00pm.

Have questions about Pisco for Peru? Contact LiFT Label, Silvania and Ecotrust

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Ecotrust Roof Terrace
721 Northwest 9th Avenue
Portland, OR 97209

Thursday, July 18, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)

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LiFT Label, Silvania and Ecotrust

About LiFT Label

LiFT Label, founded by Bobby Bonaparte in 2001, seeks to inspire adventure, positive living, and global consciousness through totemic vision. They blend diverse cultures to promote a unified lifestyle rooted in uplifted local endeavors.

About Silvania

Silvania is designer Georgia Kirkpatrick’s modern reincarnation of her grandmother Silvia’s fabric business, Silvania Prints, created in 1958. Silvania clothing showcases Silvia’s original hand-drawn designs inspired by pre-colonial Peruvian motifs and is created in Peru from start to finish through a partnership of farmers, tailors, and artisans. Silvania pays its production partners fair wages and invests a portion of profits in the health and education of their families.

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