the jewelry collection created by Maasai women in Tanzania plus an exhibition of photographs by Philippe De Gagoue

Alama, a culture-to-wear label created by a group of craftswomen, promotes the cultural heritage of the Maasai Tribe of Tanzania. Thanks to the cooperation of local leather manufacturers, the female artisans make one-of-a-kind pieces using glass beads and recycled plastic. Enjoying the support of the NGO Africa Amini Alama, the jewelry collection will be shown at SUPER along with a special photo exhibition by Louis Philippe De Gagoue, the stylist and artistic director based in Ivory Coast who works with prestigious international magazines and is represented by Artsphere.