One of the many things I love about Morocco is their ceremony of drinking tea. While it is symbolic of their culture and hospitality, to me it is a great reminder to relax, slow down, enjoy the company you are with, and truly savor the experience.
Making Moroccan mint tea is a bit of an art form, and quite spectacular to watch. Here is a great recipe for Moroccan Mint Tea if you want to give it a try. With so many of our jewels inspired by Moroccan lanterns, architecture, patterns, shapes, and colors, it seemed fitting to incorporate our own tea ceremony into the lookbook photoshoot. So sit back and sip some tea with friends (while dripping in layers of fringe jewels of course).
Criscara Moroccan-Inspired Fringe JewelsPhotography: Jeremy Pollack | Stylist: Crista Grasso
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With so many of our jewelry designs inspired by Morocco, it seemed fitting to kick off our Summer Interview Series with Barefoot Boheme, a collection of curated Moroccan furnishings for the modern home.
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