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Zina Crea
Kaftans, tekchitas, jellabah or short coats, the Zina Crea style is a style that comes in warm colors, ocher and satin, silk and linen, soft and silky textures. Mixture of ancient tradition and western touch with its handmade embroidery and cuts tailored to the body, the Zina Crea style is a must for refined, modern women, and above all, well flourished in their skins. Zina Crea style is the imprint of the past and present, colors of deep Morocco and southern mountains, it is also the delicate art of Andalusian heritage and it is the practice section of the businesslike woman. This is the ancient art revisited carefully and pleasantly enhanced with colors and embroidery finely worked. All in color, harmony and refinement, dressing in the style Zina Crea means combining simplicity, refinement and originality. It's simply wearing bright and nicely tradition and modernity; it is shining with simplicity and sensitivity; It is combining elegance and sobriety. Behind Zina Crea is passionate Zina Lamrabet.... More
Yitou is a clothing line by the Kemit artist, with models of various designs on African fabrics.
Yass Multiservices
Calebasses personnalisables pour vos cadeaux ou à titre de paniers de rangement ou décorations.
West African Strings
We make high quality musical instruments from West Africa
Wellness is a company under Senegalese law, specializing in the design of 100% natural products, cosmetics and food supplements. Our range includes vegetable oils care line, a line of skin care creams, natural soaps, nutritional vegetable powders and crafts. Our range is green, vegetable, organic
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Waxaudis is a brand specialized in the sale of accessories, clothing in wax and African jewelry.
I market slippers and traditional shoes made in Cameroon. Together let's value African culture.