Marcia Kemp has always had a very strong DNA focused on citizenship with a huge desire to help people. He started with voluntary work at the Instituto da Criança, more than 10 years ago and in parallel he developed corporate citizenship projects. With a life routine worthy of an executive and businesswoman, she took part in countless meetings throughout Brazil and the world in a position of extreme responsibility. But Marcia never let her routine affect her other great passion: traveling. No tourist destinations, her preferences have always been exotic itineraries that she researched herself, curious to discover new cultures, traditions and people. On one of these trips, during a visit to the Massai tribe in Africa, he had an insight into sharing the beauty of the unique crafts, which he admired around the world. His greatest inspiration was to raise the flag that beauty arising from simplicity has a space and appreciation to gain in the fashion universe. And in his constant interest in people's culture, he asked, in front of the beautiful works he knew, why people had such a competitive advantage and others were born without opportunities.


Determined to write another story, she decided to roll up her sleeves and chase her dream! Nannacay® (Nãnãkay) was born, a name of Quechua Aymara origin, which 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, serving as a bridge between people who need help and people who want to help. The first line of products that is already circulating among fashionistas is produced by a community of artisans in Peru. There are reed bags and objects with tribal roots that reflect the country's colors, designs and vibrant shapes. Handmade and casual, the pieces are unique, as one model is never the same as another. All development, color standardization and quality control is coordinated by Marcia, who lends her expertise to the community. Asked about the profile of those who use Nannacay®, Marcia does not hesitate to answer: women who like beauty and admire the simplicity of life.

  • Lenny Niemeyer


    “I closely follow Marcia Kemp's intense dedication to making this social project transform the lives of these incredible artisans. The result of all this is a differentiated, unique and very tasteful product.”

  • Pedro Werneck

    Co-founder of the Children's Institute

    “A company that was already beautiful due to the poetry of its name, expanded by the chance to generate income for artisans far from urban reality. This is just the beginning of a story that offers a beautiful, exclusive product full of love.”

  • Fiorella Mattheis

    Founder of Gringa, Actress and Model

    “Nannacay is the essence of true luxury, each piece tells a story and shines a light on the threads and needles of previously forgotten artisans. It’s more than social work, it’s purpose, exclusivity and appreciation of national fashion!”