Wednesday, November 19, 2014

easy-to-wear ! Maxishirt

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To bring a little touch of bohemian  to your warderobe;
choose a maxishirt dress

Saturday, November 15, 2014


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upcycled basic shirts.

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Contemporary ethnic wear

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Here is my latest feature at Illi magazine,you can discover  a selection of new and old designs :

Team :
Stylist: Hasna Chaabi
Photographer: Lamia lahbabi
Makeup & hair dresser: Morgane et Nada F (Art make-up)
Model: Camille @(trends model )

Thursday, November 6, 2014


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                                                   CASABLANCA STYLE

 Last satutrday 1st november I had the opportunity and the pleasure to join the Speakers  Dr Magda Sibley (Architecture)& Dounia Safouane (Design and Fashion) in a seminar held @ Victoria and Albert Museum by Noor festival to explore the city’s rich cultural heritage, history, architecture and fashion and its unique position between East and West as a catalyst for style.

"Casablanca was immortalised in the 1942 film of the same name and is the largest city of Morocco. The city is changing dramatically and nowhere is this transformation more apparent than fashion and architecture: From the 1960s in the aftermath of independence and a wave of designers who looked beyond the city to international fashion trends, to the 1990s when Moroccan fashion succeeded in gaining popularity in the Middle East. Contemporary designers are now exploring fashion against a backdrop of global change and a city undergoing reinvention."

Monday, November 3, 2014

Vintage moroccan accessories

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Inspiration /zoom accessories

Wednesday, October 22, 2014


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Sunday, October 19, 2014

Berrad tee

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"The history of Moroccan tea is attributed to several sources. It is believed that Moroccan tea was first introduced to morocco in the 12th century B.C by the Phoenicians who settled in the north of the country for more than eight centuries. Another hypotheses links it to the first settlers of Morocco, the Berbers, who brought that green Plant with them when they moved from their original land in Asia . Also, another historical theory said that tea came to Morocco from Spain and Portuguese at the time of their military attempts to conquer it in the 18th century. Besides, some historians thinks that tea was first known to Moroccans through maritime piracy (maritime jihad), that was active at that time in both the Atlantic ocean and the Mediterranean.
These historian said that Moroccan pirates seized a cargo of ship that was loaded with tea. Nevertheless, this does not please some people, who assert that tea began to be known in Morocco and Moroccan cuisine only in the mid-1800s century, coinciding with the flourishing of mutual trade between Morocco and Europe. More than that, other historians go beyond that reporting that the king Moulay Ismail received many bags of green tea as a tribute from the queen of Britain after releasing some European prisoners. No matter how or when it was first it was brought to the country, Moroccan tea remains a fantastic drink that gives more zest to Moroccan cuisine."
 To the Moroccans, Moroccan tea stands for generosity and hospitality!

 Because I can't get enough of tea , I've decided  to express my  passion and love for the moroccan tea by creating many handmade  items with berrad ( tea pot ) pattern.
here is a look with berrad tee .