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We chat with Belgium-based Will Reynolds, co-Director of Cultural Heritage Initiatives at the American Society of Overseas Research (ASOR), about his work in Tunisia.
We interviewed personal stylist Caroline Rooney on her move to Mexico City and new endeavor Kingfisher, a highly-curated neighborhood shop in Condesa CDMX.
Tunisian designer Anissa Meddeb of ANISSA AIDA invites us into her new studio and gives us a sneak peak of her newest collections.
Ten years since the Tunisian Revolution that led to the ousting of longtime president Ben Ali in January 2011, Anissa Meddeb reflects on the changes that have happened since that day.
Ten years since the Tunisian Revolution that led to the ousting of longtime president Ben Ali in January 2011, Leila Ben Gacem writes about the changes that have happened and the hope she has for her country.
Designer Khansa Yazidi brings an architectural background to home design, crafting bathroom fixtures and accessories in whimsical silhouettes.
Nesrine Ouertani, founder of NOA Atelier, wants you to know that Tunisia is full of treasures and magnificent landscapes.
I stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter. This statement marks just a small step in my lifelong journey to advance racial equity in society.
Paris-based Alexia Tronel and Marseille-based Caroline Perdrix co-founded Itinérance Méditerranée, working with Tunisian artisans to create a collection infused with heritage and poetry.
Freelance journalist and media trainer Erin Brown initially traveled to Tunisia in 2018 to research a narrated history podcast of the Arab Spring. Read more to find what happened next.
NINA.L. designer Myriam Naili is dedicated to designing wearable luxury, beautiful leatherwork and functional design that demands to be worn—and noticed.
Julia Hendrickson works at IIE in San Francisco where she directs the Women’s Enterprise for Sustainability program that supports women’s entrepreneurship in Tunisia.
I want to share with you five things I learned from being an intern at SOUKRA, and how much of a positive impact an internship can have on you and your future career!
Tunisia has been the center of political scientist Laryssa Chomiak’s professional career ever since her academic research as a doctoral student.
You, the customer and tastemaker, now have access to collections designed by Tunisians and made by Tunisians.
California native, Danica Harootian, lived with a host family in La Marsa and engaged with locals during an undergradaute semester abroad in Tunisia two years after the Arab Spring.
Lauren Nevada Batchelder-Bahri is a fashion designer from Boulder, Colorado who has planted roots in Tunisia with her husband and children. She finds daily inspiration from her life in Tunisia.
With a background in interior design, Moka Cioccolatah founder and designer Myriam Fekih-Romdhan focuses on contemporary styles rooted in Tunisian culture and tradition.
Fifth generation balgha maker Souheil Fitouri is proudly preserving Tunisia’s heritage while protecting your feet. He learned to craft the classic Tunisian slipper from his father, master balgha maker of the Tunis medina.
Raised in Paris and Tunisia, emerging designer Anissa Meddeb creates clothing and accessories inspired by the intersection of North African culture and Eastern aesthetics.
Tunis-based Chahrazed Chaieb of Baboucheschacha designs polished babouches that stay true to their sartorial roots while incorporating effortlessly into modern wardrobes.