Here we share with you the inside track. We love our products and want to let you know how and why we chose some of the material that we do. Couple this with stories, traditions and behind the scenes conversations, we hope this will help you understand and love what we do too!
Stepping out of the door and being right by the ocean is one of the greatest gifts…..and yet, at the same time, it is a daily bellyache.
As we travel to the remotest villages to see how our carpets are made, we share with you our own thoughts and feelings and wishes.
The Bogolan textile is indigenous to Mali, where it has been made and worn for generations, it is a handmade cotton fabric, traditionally dyed with fermented mud.
The Djellaba is mainly made by women. It is a long, loose-fitting unisex outer robe with full sleeves that is worn in the Maghreb region of North Africa.
When the effects of Corona hit the local village of these three neighbours, they wanted to act, help, and try to keep putting food and water on the table of local families.