Karim Adduchi dévoile sa collection hommage à la femme berbère en collaboration avec des réfugiés syriens
Adduchi owns a creative soul and he brilliantly dares to play with it: the only stimulant women want to couture with
Adduchi went even further into the rich heritage of Morocco and presents, among other things, beautiful woolen woven goods, hand woven by local workers. "I want to revive local crafts, and transform them into contemporary looks."
In “She Has 99 Names” Karim has given an oath to the women he had around when he lived in Imzouren as a child; the Berber village where he was born too. Adduchi shows these women in their distinctive complexity: beautiful and confused, sad and sad, furious and fragile.
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Karim Adduchi is going to conduct a sewing machine orchestra in the tropics museum. INTERVIEW Sep-2017
Moroccan designer Karim Adduchi team up with refugees to pay tribute to the Amazigh heritage.