American Expat in Morocco, Katherine Tramposh, has hosted on Saturday 16th at the Salt Cafe inside the East West hotel an event for creators to sell their Moroccan-made goods.
Dubbed Pop up Souk, the event is one numerous events organized by Atelier Kate in New York, San Francisco, Paris, and Casablanca. The owner, Katherine Tramposh, an American national living in Casablanca, said to International Morocco that the event was meant to be an opportunity for Moroccan and expatriate creators to promote their Morocco-made goods, and a chance for customers to see and purchase a variety of creative products.
The event featured stunning fashion designs by Atelier Kate, a Paris-based firm that designs fashionable women garments. Atelier Kate has a unique business model that is based on empowering the people working on the garments and those supplying its tools while it stays ahead of the fashion game with its top-notch designs.
Dexter’s Micro Farm presented its healthy product line of fresh homemade tofu, tofu salads, tofu nuggets and tofu greens, in addition to homegrown micro greens such as leeks, sunflower, spinach and more that they to restaurants and hotels in Casablanca.
Another firm, Samson & Delilah, took part in the event with its attractive handmade jewelry, and a young Moroccan painter and workshop teacher, named Oumaima, exhibited a number of her exquisite flower paintings. Indra, a talent expat from Indonesia offered tarot reading, which he explained as a form of customized personal counseling.
Riwak Attayibat was another exhibitor in the Saturday Pop up Souk. The Casablanca-based company sells excellent artisan soaps, honeys, and oils.