Over the last year we have increased our cosmetic and wellness range. We were fed up with the amount of plastic wrapped products in our bathrooms! These are the products we use every day and we want them to be produced and packed in a sustainable and fair way. We don’t wanna use any products that are tested on animals. Browse our selection of organic & sustainable cosmetic products
Souvenir du maroc
We are back back from Morocco and we brought you some real treasures. Over the next few days we are constantly feeding this selection with some of the most beautiful moroccan rugs we have found to this day! True Berber Artworks. Azilal, Beni Ourains, Boucherouite, Boujad - real eye-catchers for your homes. These will go fast so make sure you don’t miss your chance.
New Brand Still by hand
Yusuke Yanagi creates everyday collections that balance the technical properties of innovative Japanese fabrics with precise construction techniques, generating wearable styles for the modern gentleman that are produced entirely in Japan by skilled artisans.
In the early 20th century, Moroccan carpets fascinated artists such as Wassily Kandinsky and Le Corbusier and today bring images of Mark Rothko or Cy Twombly to mind.
When Nancy and Walter Katin began the surf trunk business in the 1950s and into the early 1960s surfing was not a "trendy" sport. Kids who were hopping on a board and catching waves were considered "weirdoes" and "beachcombers." However, Nancy made sure that Katin’s small surf shop had a counter with a couch and a few chairs, so she could sit there and talk to the local kids about anything and everything.
“Meals make the society, hold the fabric together in lots of ways that were charming and interesting and intoxicating to me. The perfect meal, or the best meals, occur in a context that frequently has very little to do with the food itself.” – Anthony Bourdain
Mdou Moctar stands out as one of the most innovative artists in contemporary Saharan music. His unconventional interpretations of Tuareg guitar and have pushed him to the forefront of a crowded scene. Back home, he's celebrated for his original compositions and verbose poetry, an original creator in a genre defined by cover bands. In the exterior, where Saharan rock has become one of the continents biggest musical exports, he's earned a name for himself with his guitar moves. Mdou shreds with a relentless and frenetic energy that puts his contemporaries to shame.
6 Questions to Nasire
Since February 2016 nasire is merging two worlds apart: the cold and serious Zurich with the vibrant and colorful Marrakesh. Constantly oscilliating between the two leads to nasires distinguished and recognisable looks: Minimalistic design and clear lines combined with bold colors and the softness of finest calf leather. We asked Matteo, founder of nasire, some questions about the way they work and think.
Hailu Mergias Wede Harer Guzo Album was the first record we bought from the brilliant Label Awesome tapes from Africa and it’s been on heavy rotation ever since. By 1978, Addis Ababa’s nightlife was facing challenges. The ruling Derg regime imposed curfews, banning citizens from the streets after midnight until 6am.But that didn’t stop some people from dancing and partying throughout the night. Bands would play from evening until daybreak and people would stay at the clubs until curfew was lifted in the morning.