Famous for its craftsmen and its traditional babouches, the city of Fez can now boast the production of the first Moroccan slipper created by an international designer, Hicham Lahlou.
Indeed, it is in the heart of the medina of Fez, that this model is handmade.
This collaboration was born from the common conviction of the designer and our founder, Nabil Slaoui, that design is an important economic lever and an inescapable asset for the Moroccan handicraft.
They decided to work together to support the Moroccan Handicrafts and the Artisans in the middle of a health crisis. The first fruit of their work is an exceptional babouche.
The Alflila Yalalla slipper is on display at the Museum On The Seam in Jerusalem as a contemporary work of art that had a positive social impact during the containment.
Conceived and created by designer Hicham Lahlou, designed and produced by Barok, this babouche is made in a limited edition of 100 pieces.
Inspired by a fusion between the magical world of the Arabian Nights and the eclectic world of Jazz, the model is called Alflila Yalalla.