Malaika

WhereCairo, Egypt
WhatHand-painted ceramics, hand-embroidered linen and hand-blown glassware
Ecuador-born found... Ecuador-born founders, Margarita and Goya enriched their embroidery, crochet and hand-drawn threadwork expertise with Egyptian cotton, whilst creating sustainable paths and economic independence for underprivileged Egyptian women and refugees. The self-funded embroidery school and brand use Egyptian cotton grown in the lush, warm conditions of the Nile River Valley – arguably the softest, smoothest and strongest cotton in the world. Ecuador-born founders, Margarita and Goya enriched their embroidery, crochet and hand-drawn threadwork expertise with Egyptian cotton, whilst creating sustainable paths and economic independence for underprivileged Egyptian women and refugees. The self- Ecuador-born founders, Margarita and Goya enriched their embroidery, crochet and hand-drawn threadwork expertise with Egyptian cotton, whilst creating sustainable paths and economic independence for underprivileged Egyptian women and refugees. The self-funded embroidery school and brand use Egyptian cotton grown in the lush, warm conditions of the Nile River Valley – arguably the softest, smoothest and strongest cotton in the world.

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Malaika

Ecuador-born founders, Margarita and Goya enriched their embroidery, crochet and hand-drawn threadwork expertise with Egyptian cotton, whilst creating sustainable paths and economic independence for underprivileged Egyptian women and refugees. The self-funded embroidery school and brand use Egyptian cotton grown in the lush, warm conditions of the Nile River Valley – arguably the softest, smoothest and strongest cotton in the world.