Ouarzazate is the very essence of the Maghreb, a crossroads of caravans laden with textiles, oils and spices. In the landscape of red clay and Argan plants, the trees of life, we encounter Berber faces tinged with Kajal, reminiscent of Incense. At sunset the kasbah walls add endless amber hues to our palette. The colorful jillabas, traditional Maghrebi tunics, inspire generous and soft silhouettes. Voiles, washed linens, silks and jerseys illuminated by lurex blend with fabrics reminiscent of Berber carpets. The intense scent of Saffron intoxicates our senses. We carry with us its golden colors and the Mauve hues of its flower cultivated by the small village community of Taliouine.