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Exclusive: Date of the Next Caftan Fashion Show Announced

Written by FDM

Caftan, the unmissable event for Moroccan haute couture, initiated by the magazine FDM- Femmes du Maroc, marks its comeback on May 14, 2022. This announcement was made during a meeting organized in Casablanca with the stylists selected for its 24th edition.

It is in the authentic and refined Dar Dada that the long-awaited announcement was made. Several highlights marked this reunion. The event is scheduled for May 14, 2022 in Marrakech, and will bring together experienced stylists and Young Talents, all committed to revealing magical caftans and exclusive and original creations, during this unmissable event.

Also, and throughout this afternoon full of emotion, tenderness, and joy, the guests expressed their haste to meet around this emblematic show of Moroccan fashion. It goes without saying that the Caftan event is the pinnacle of excellence in craftsmanship and authenticity.

The theme of this 24 edition, which is yet to be unveiled, will allow experienced designers to amaze the public with their incredible creativity, and Young Talents to show their creations to an informed public.
In the first category, we find Hind Lamtiri, Meriem Belkhayat, Siham Elhabti, Nisrine Ezzaki Bakkali, Zineb lyoubi idrissi, Samira Mhaidi Knouzi, Simohamed Lakhdar, Imane Tadlaoui Faouz, Houda Larini, Abdelhanine Raouenani, Imazzhdi Ouchounoussi, Salane Ouchounoussioussi Ouchounoussi, , Amina Boussayri and Meriem Boussikouk. In the second category, Selma Sennaoui, Meriem Aziz and Amal Soussi will compete with creativity to stand out.

In the enchanting setting of Dar Dada, the FDM team and the designers have reunited around a delicious Tea Time, graciously offered by Dar Dada. The warm atmosphere of this afternoon ended with the distribution of gifts offered by partners (Yan & One, Brasal.ma and Havaianas) to the guests.

Stay tuned on May 14, 2022 for an exceptional show that will pay tribute to the talent of our creators, the know-how of our craftsmen, and the richness of our secular cultural heritage.

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