Textile production in Morocco dates back to 1500 BC when Berbers first came to the region. Berber women wove textiles used for shawls, blankets and mats before learning more specialised weaving and dyeing techniques for use in apparel.
Now, North African textiles are renowned for their quality, durability and elegance. Typically produced on smaller, family-run farms, these cottons are free of pesticides and don’t use excessive amounts of water to grow. By supporting local textile growers and only using Moroccan weavers we are supporting our indigenous cotton growers and reducing our carbon footprint.