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Nathalia From Onibizaclouds wearing Amira Hanout Boutique’s Cape

It is one of those happy circonstances that made us meet the lovely Natalia from onibizaclouds

At Hanout Boutique we certainely loved her bohemian style and her sens of fashion and couldn’t wait to collaborate with her.

We are very happy to see her model our Amira Cape

It is one of Hanout Boutique best sellers and embodied our way of celebrating the Moroccan style.

Thank you Natalia for those georgous images.

Hanout Boutique Winter 2016 Fashion Party

The 15th of December 2016 Hanout Boutique held a party at the stuning Palais Aziza in the Palmeraie of Marrakech.

It was a press presentation with various natiannal and internationnal fashion magazines and fashion bloggers such as Officiel Maroc , Femmes Du Maroc , Mim By La MamouniaMaryam Montigue ,Red City PRFatine Zaimi and The Cherry Blossom by Zineb Rachid

The Hanout Boutique Fashion event was also an opportunity to celebrate and show our winter collection as well as Hanout Boutique Berber Capsule Collection 

The party was animated by the lovely Marrakech DJ Duo Aziz No Good and Sam .

It was a huge succes and we are looking forward to host many more fashion events in the future.

Style Marmelade and an awsome collaboration

Working with Victoria villasana Was a joy. It all started when i discovered style marmelade and loved this fabulousely  creative fashion blog from London. I became a fan and commented regulary on each post .  A friendship came out from this internet relationship. Victoria came a first time to Marrakech and we met and liked each other. I then invited her to shoot my collection and to my surprise and delight she did it and the result is stunning. dsc_0424 dsc_0394 dsc_0377 dsc_0120 dsc_0431 dsc_0129

Malirêve….

Meeting with the lovely Malika from “Malireveblogspot“was a very happy moment.

I met with a young women pretty, passionnate and somehow uncompromising in her views of the fashion and of the world.

I also in this tiny amount of time got to feel her vulnerability and sensitivity, being Moroccan from France i relized the dual identity and its strength and weekness.She told me the story of this major Moroccan Magazine that refuse to feature her among other young bloggers because she is not “Moroccan”!!

I loved talking to this fashion blogger selfconfessed antitrends ang got a close glimpse of what she was wearing.

A white cotton teeshirt , funky teared jeans and big moroccan jewellery reveal her quirky personality.

A wonderful moment, a break for this busy lady and her husband in Marrakech with the mission of filling there new country house with Moroccan goods.