Péro was launched by an Indian designer Aneeth Arora in 2009 in a set up in aromas house. Her manufacturing team was one tailor, one runner and herself to start with then she expanded as she became popular in India. Since the Arora Has won awards, such as the Marie Claire for Eco Fashion in 2010, Young Creative Fashion Entrepreneur in 2011, and Vogue India’s first-ever Fashion Fund Award, she is now a hot seller in the Indian fashion industry. Péro is a word that Aneeth Arora had heard a lot growing up it means “to wear” in Marwari. Before Aneeth was a designer she studied architecture in India this reflects in her designs. Her design philosophy is that Less is More, which also reflects in her designs.