The Mushmina tote collection was made by more than 50 women in 5 different regions of Morocco. Each bag was embroidered by hand and helps preserve a dying craft. Traditionally used for tablecloths, interiors, or adornment, this craft features both ‘Point de croix,’ ‘Roselevi,’ and ‘Fesi style’ double-sided embroidery, often considered the most difficult of all embroidery techniques. We pay a fair market price for the embroidery, drive many hours into the countryside to pick up orders, and with your support we hope to continue employing women in rural regions with this project. Each bag is made with love!
The Ait Ourir tote features black/grey denim, linen linings, inside pockets, snap closure, and pom pom details.
Dimensions: 17" L, 13" H
Our crescent collection is inspired by the crescent moon of Islam. The crescent moon is often a symbol of womanhood and strength. Handmade in Tiznit, the silver capital of Morocco,...
This super light cotton dress has been designed and screen printed in San Francisco, CA by Curator. The style is super easy to throw on and look fab while staying...
From the stunning Sahara Collection, these bangles were hand hammered by our mater metalsmith Ahmed in the south of Morocco. Designed by Katie, these are Mushmina originals. Available in silver,...
Lightweight woven cotton tanks, screen printed and sewn in Uzi's Brooklyn studio. 100% Woven Cotton Made in Brooklyn, NY