Classic Morocco Long Sleeve Women’s Tunic, Free Size (S-L) - Eve Branson Foundation Collection Clothing & Shoes
Classic Morocco Long Sleeve Women’s Tunic, Free Size (S-L) - Eve Branson Foundation Collection Clothing & Shoes
Classic Morocco Long Sleeve Women’s Tunic, Free Size (S-L) - Eve Branson Foundation Collection Clothing & Shoes
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Classic Moroccan Long Sleeve Women’s Tunic - Eve Branson Foundation Collection

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Traditional Moroccan tunic with long bat wing sleeve in pull-on style, finished with Berber
embroidery, can be worn as a beach cover up, loose, or belted. This traditional Moroccan clothing is hand made by the girls & women of the tailoring program at Tansghart Centre in Morocco's Atlas Mountains.

Silver Sahara has joined forces with the Eve Branson Foundation, a non-profit based in Morocco spearheaded by Richard Branson's mum, Eve Branson. The EBF mission is to provide young people with valuable skills-training through dedicated craft centers and to preserve traditional Berber crafts, enriching the lives of local families from Atlas Mountain communities. 

In the three EBF craft centers, artisans create beautiful lifestyle and home interior products, combining contemporary Moroccan design with traditional techniques. Each product is individually handmade by an artisan.

Details & Dimensions

One size fits most
Machine Washable

When you purchase an item from the Eve Branson Foundation Collection, 70% of the purchase price goes directly to the Eve Branson Foundation to support our shared vision of ensuring the continuation and worldwide appreciation of indigenous traditional craft techniques.