Three peoples, one source They all come from the same Chinese source. Years, generations spread them across Asian territories. Differences have...

Picasso and primitive African art A realization that came to my mind during the visit of the exhibition 'Picasso Primitif' at...

Saul Leiter, American street photographer A reflection, a floating, a mist or a silhouette. A burst of life or conversation ...

Embroidered mirrors of Gujarat Shimmering colors that sparkle by their shades but also by the small mirrors they contain. In the...

Morin, a resistant name His real name is Edgar Nahoum. Born in Paris in 1921, he was engaged during the First...

Trimmings from here and elsewhere Some traditions are similar. Or rather, they play the resemblance but keep their differences. Trimmings are...

The Jain cosmography In Jainism no straight, motionless, time line. Everything is perceived in circularity. Time is a circle composed of...

Bogolan, a Malian fabric I like to discover the history of fabrics, textile techniques. I savor the details of the origins,...

A new collection No-Mad was born in red. "Red"is the first collection of the brand. Then followed black, blue, pink, grey...

History of tattoos The pigment is impregnated in the skin, forever. Tattoos are indelible and millennium. Since prehistory, men pigmented their...

Muddah, twisting every day objects Muddah, un classique indien revisité Parce que No-mad aime à réinterpréter le quotidien, la marque revisite les...

20 years of collaboration with Tania Panova Ties have been formed since our first meeting, memories have been created. Twenty years...

The original ikat The true original source, nobody knows it. This ancestral technique of hand weaving is found in many parts...

A paan is chewed. Today a paan lends its fragrance through a No-Mad candle. A product I created by digging into...

Serge Diaghilev, an "avant-garde" He lived his childhood in the Russian countryside but it is in the cities of Russia and Europe...

William Kentridge, a plural artist He is South African. First actor, director and then creative director. Very soon, William Kentridge produces animated...

Chiharu Shiota, an imaginary around the thread Chiharu Shiota, an artist with magisterial and challenging installations. Japanese, she established her life...

Words to designate realities emerge from a language, hygge. In Denmark, it refers to those little pleasures that provide well-being. A...

Bandit Queen has an eye for detail. Everything is designed to maintain harmony and beauty of each style, from design...

For each of my projects I give a particular attention to the visual identity and packaging."The suit does not make...

The Bandit Queen home textile collection is born in India following the meeting of Sunita Namjoshi, entrepreneur and founder of...

Photo : Vincent N'Guyen, Photo styling : Isabelle Dupuy Chavanat Photo : Vincent N'Guyen, Stylisme photo : Isabelle Dupuy Chavanat Hall of...

Photo : Vincent N'Guyen, Photo styling : Isabelle Dupuy Chavanat Photo : Vincent N'Guyen, Stylisme photo : Isabelle Dupuy Chavanat Whispering room. “Without...

Photo : Vincent N'Guyen, Photo styling : Isabelle Dupuy Chavanat Photo : Vincent N'Guyen, Stylisme photo: Isabelle Dupuy Chavanat Steam Room “After a...

Room of delicacies "Royal courts attend my dinners, alongside travellers, robbers, and observers of every kind. To shape the table into...

This ancestral technique, hand-stamped appliqué, embroidered or block-printed, is a hallmark of V. Barkowski’s collections, which browse traditions, seizing the...

These photos were taken in a workshop in Jaipur, where block-print on textiles is an age-old craft.The design is carved...

To be seductive, Maasai women wear an array of large multicoloured necklaces that highlight their faces with glory.Valérie Barkowski's jewellery...

A timeless linen collection, adapted for European tastes. V.Barkowski’s home linens are synonymous with leisure, tradition, and pleasure. They suggest the...

Samajhna is a charity that operates on a shoestring. Marlies Küng Rüdisser is in charge of the workshop, paying the children’s...

These are Moroccan-made, in the workshop where I designed my first home linen collections. The women needle-workers there are the...

In India, dyeing is a highly developed craft, and therefore a recurrent aspect in any textile project a designer undertakes....

For my shopping bags and packagings, I have always used handmade paper. In most cases, I have it dyed to...

Spring / Summer 2007 Printemps / Eté 2007 A wonderful adventure… Mia Zia by Valerie Barkowski? A simple story that began unexpectedly in Marrakech...

Fall / Winter 2006    Automne / Hiver 2006 Spring / Summer 2006 Printemps / Eté 2006 The Mia Zia label itself was testimony...

Authenticity     Confort     Refinement     The feeling of being at home Authenticité     Confort     Raffinement    ...

Suite Mumtaz is: impressive volumes, light, a fireplace, books, massage upon request, and Bandit Queen bed linens… An invitation to...

1998 First sock collection 1998 Première collection de chaussettes Photo : Tania Panova 2000 First embroidered socks 2000 Premières chaussettes brodées Photo : Francesca Torre   2004...

Spring / Summer 2005      Photos : Nicolas Tosi Printemps / Eté 2005  Store, Saint Barth   Photos : Tine Raineri Boutique, Saint...

Fall / Winter 2004 Automne / Hiver 2004 Spring / Summer 2004 Printemps / Eté 2004 Photos : Nicolas Tosi...

Fall / Winter 2003   Photos : Nicolas Tosi Automne / Hiver 2003 Spring / Summer 2003   Photos : Francesca Torre Printemps / Eté...

Fall / Winter 2002   Photos : Francesca Torre Auntomne / Hiver 2002 Spring / Summer 2002   Photos : Francesca Torre  Printemps /...

Fall / Winter 2001   Photos : Francesca Torre Automne / Hiver 2001 Spring / Summer 2001  Photos : Jasmine Van Hevel Printemps /...

The Clients's point of view. "Valérie Barkowski doesn't just create fashion, she has fun. She follows her desires, she is on...

Photo : Valérie Golinvaux Photos : Tania Panova Photos : Tania Panova Each design...

Traditional Moroccan caftans and djellabas always featured passementerie: ornaments made of braided fibers. The work is sewn by hand with needle...

Frame loom knotting is not especially widespread as a Moroccan craft. It is limited to the production of napkins and...