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  As part of its programme 2014, the Francophonie (OIF)  invests and supports professional designers in the textile sector (luxury craft,fashion and textile arts)
the programme aims to Facilitate our access to specific high-level training and to promote research, artistic creation, traditional knowledge and innovation in these disciplines.The first part of the master class tooks place in Abidjan and  the second was held in Dakar (at the fifteenth Francophonie summit )



                                        Street style









               the team




The area that today is Senegal once was of the west  African Empire of Mali, Ghana, and Tekrur. The country takes its name from the river that runs along its northern and eastern borders,forming the frontier with Mauritania and Mali. A poetic etymology from the Wolof people states that the name derives from the local term Sunugal, meaning "our dugout canoe" (everyone is in the same boat). The population is divided into twelve ethnic groups, each with its own customs and dialect. The largest single ethnic group is the Wolof, who makes up over one-third of the population and most people talk french .

a week ago i've been visiting Dakar a warm and comfortable city where you can feel peace and respect.The entire urban landscape is full of color: The walls, the transport, houses and buildings, the sidewalks ...

















Collab with the blog The cherry blossom,
white dress Styled by Zineb Rachid photo by Mohsine Aoki
 more about this look and her inspiration at www.the-cherry-blossom.over-blog.com








                                    the original look



 Clothes inspired from moroccan rugs "boucharouite" with recycled  fabrics mixed with crochet .






(Shirt:Ghitta laskrouif / Sequin gilet :coyote negro / Model/blogger Louis Philippe degagoue)

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











upcycled basic shirts.







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 )




















                                
                                                   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."















  As part of its programme 2014, the Francophonie (OIF)  invests and supports professional designers in the textile sector (luxury craft,fashion and textile arts)
the programme aims to Facilitate our access to specific high-level training and to promote research, artistic creation, traditional knowledge and innovation in these disciplines.The first part of the master class tooks place in Abidjan and  the second was held in Dakar (at the fifteenth Francophonie summit )



                                        Street style









               the team




The area that today is Senegal once was of the west  African Empire of Mali, Ghana, and Tekrur. The country takes its name from the river that runs along its northern and eastern borders,forming the frontier with Mauritania and Mali. A poetic etymology from the Wolof people states that the name derives from the local term Sunugal, meaning "our dugout canoe" (everyone is in the same boat). The population is divided into twelve ethnic groups, each with its own customs and dialect. The largest single ethnic group is the Wolof, who makes up over one-third of the population and most people talk french .

a week ago i've been visiting Dakar a warm and comfortable city where you can feel peace and respect.The entire urban landscape is full of color: The walls, the transport, houses and buildings, the sidewalks ...

















Collab with the blog The cherry blossom,
white dress Styled by Zineb Rachid photo by Mohsine Aoki
 more about this look and her inspiration at www.the-cherry-blossom.over-blog.com








                                    the original look



 Clothes inspired from moroccan rugs "boucharouite" with recycled  fabrics mixed with crochet .






(Shirt:Ghitta laskrouif / Sequin gilet :coyote negro / Model/blogger Louis Philippe degagoue)

.

 



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











upcycled basic shirts.







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 )




















                                
                                                   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."





 
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