Tag: tradition

Flower bicycles

The Vietnamese tradition of flower bicycles Street vendor. A colorful merchant who is hardly (…)

Fez embroidery by V.Barkowski

To tap into the culture with the embroidery of Fez Immersed in Moroccan culture, (…)

Patwa

Trimmings from here and elsewhere Some traditions are similar. Or rather, they play the (…)

Out of fashion I The new fashion

Out of fashion | The new fashion, a book that touches me The work itself (…)

Aya – bed linen

The skills are valuable, delicate. A little inattention and they wither. They often require (…)

Rakhis – new collection

Rakhis bracelet In 2005, I draw my first rakhis bracelet for Samdjhna, indian NGO.The (…)

Jain bowls

Au cours d’une journée pleine d’humilité, les moines jaïnistes, de blanc vêtus, ont coutume de (…)

How to wrap 5 eggs

I like to be inspired by daily life. From today but also from yesterday, (…)

Mekong + Quilts

This Mekong + quilts collection was designed under my creative direction. A know-how that (…)

Olmassi junior suite – RED dress code

The Olmassi junior suite, in Dar Kawa, has a new dress code. A new (…)

A black table setting

On the table I ALSO like monochromes and contrasts. Here i enjoyed playing with (…)

The No-Mad tray, a thali with a twist

It is round, friendly and so Indian. So steeped in culture. It struck me (…)

Chikan hand embroidery in the Bandit Queen collection

Indian know-how is rich, precise and so varied. Among the techniques I have used (…)

Less is more

Just outside of Marrakech. A few miles away from the edge of the bustling (…)

NO-MAD in screen printing

NO-MAD in screen printing Screen printing is ancestral in India. It develops finesse, precision, (…)

Chappals, my chappals… Less is more

A moment that could occur but is rather seize … The idea is to (…)

Hunting shooting NO-MAD

NO-MAD 97% India looks for a place for a shoot… A shop which catches (…)

The Dar Kawa style

The style of this riad came to life out of the blue. Simply over (…)