Q & Africa |Khadija Mouh Moroccan Caftan NY


Khadijah Mouh wears many hats.  She is a designer, bridal stylist, event planner, and a caterer.  After leaving Sale, Morocco, Khadija came to the U.S. and earned a fashion degree from Katherine Gibbs School in New York City.  For more than fifteen years, Khadija Moroccan has been creating custom designed caftans in various styles and colors with immaculate hand-embroidery.


Moroccan Caftan NY dazzled all in the audience of Africa Fashion Week NY 2013.  These designs linger in the mind and are hard to resist because they lay so well on each body type!

Here’s what Khadija had to say:



AFWNY.com: What is your brands production process (i.e. do you manufacture or do you use cooperatives)?

Khadija Mouh: Most of my designs are handmade and also machine sewed. Yes, I do manufacture.

Khadija Mouh
Khadija Mouh


AFWNY.com: What makes your brand luxurious?

Khadija Mouh: The brand is an exotic and modern version of a timeless and traditional garment.

Khadija Mouh
Khadija Mouh


AFWNY.com: Where are you from? How has this influenced your designs?

Khadija Mouh: I am from Morocco and I am very fascinated by my culture.  I believe it is beautiful and deserves recognition. Morocco has always and continues to be my inspiration.

Khadija Mouh
Khadija Mouh

Visit Moroccan Caftan NY: http://www.khadijaheartofmorocco.com/

Moroccan Caftan NY Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/khadija.introna




by Omoefe Ajueyitsi


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