Moroccan designer Sara Chraïbi presented her first Haute Couture Collection in Paris during the Haute Couture week, entitled “l’étoffe des songes”.  A delicious blend of the designer’s architectural background and her Moroccan culture. 

Sara Chraïbi was born in Rabat in 1982 in a cultural and artistic environment. She learned embroidery since childhood from her mother. After architecture studies in Rabat, she moved to Paris for a master degree in philosophy and architecture theory. Once in Paris, her passion for fashion and sewing increased. She was motivated by the desire to enhance her knowledge from know-how to true Moroccan craftmanship.

Her stamp in fashion is known for accuracy, purity of lines and for her multifaceted embroidery techniques. From Sara’s first job as architect, she has kept straight forwardness in her garments’ construction. Her creations have since then intertwined her kaleidoscopic aesthetic while maintaining and focusing on her authentic North African roots, resulting in Mediterranean glamor to celebrate Women at best.