Shopping in the new town Gueliz
If Colette is Europe’s best concept store, 33 Rue Majorelle, owned by Monique Bresson and Yehia Abdelnour, is arguably the African equivalent. Located down the street from the Jardin Majorelle botanical park and museum in Guéliz, the two-story shop—part boutique, part art gallery, part café—takes Maghrebi style standards and makes them mightily mod. Hence the
Travellers often wax lyrical about the myriad of wonderful and fragrant smells that drift across Marrakech at different times of the year. The gardens, rich with jasmine and orange blossom that bloom in the sun send forth their scents while oil burners in riads and shops warm the heady scents of bergamot and rose. It
Yahya Rouach’s client list may now include Harrods and Saudi princes, but don’t let that put you off. His lanterns and screens may be highly sought-after but given the amount of work that goes into each and every one, they are worth every dirham. The arcade outlet in Guèliz is more of a showroom than
This year’s exhibition takes place in Marrakech at the Palais des Congres from March 27th to 31st, 2013. Here you will find new designs in home decor, furnishings, bed linens, garden furniture, and artwork. Natural beauty products and wellness products made in Morocco are also exhibited here and available for purchase. The exhibition is a
Today we focus on the Atika shoe store in the new town of Guèliz (34 Rue de La Liberté) in Marrakesh. Leather and suede shoes for men, women and children — for a fraction of European prices, come and find exact copies of Tod’s driving shoes — large selection of colours and
Super chic store in the new town of Marrakech, Guèliz. Inspired by the medina of Marrakech and its craftspeople, Yann designer and style director, revisits traditional Moroccan embroidery creating clothing and interior design accessors in a pure spirit using couture techniques – the result: fabulous tunics, cushions and other items made a very high standard.