In my family gifting is an art. My grandma Adama makes it a daily ritual. When she comes to visit us, she always brings gifts, from tiny little peanuts snacks to beautifully shaped beignets she buys in the Medina. What matters, is the intention and the presentation. Everything Adama gives you, looks like art. She won't give you just candy, she will give you candy, wrapped in 2 layers of fabrics with a bow made out of beautiful golden threads that she has recycled herself. She makes gifting so elegant, effortless and meaningful.
So I designed our gift guide with the same intention, and filled it with art, masks, headwraps, shoes and beautiful garments, handcrafted responsibly and rooted in love.