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El Bali Print Mens Trousers
El Bali Print Mens Trousers
El Bali Print Mens Trousers
El Bali Print Mens Trousers
El Bali Print Mens Trousers
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El Bali Print Mens Trousers
El Bali Print Mens Trousers
El Bali Print Mens Trousers
El Bali Print Mens Trousers
El Bali Print Mens Trousers

El Bali Print Mens Trousers

£85
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Adrian is 188cm tall (6ft 2in), he wears 94cm/37 in shirt and has a 74cm/29 inch waist. Here he is wearing a size Large.

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EL BALI
Found painted on a ceramic in an exhibition in Fes, our El Bali print is inspired by the meticulous and undivided attention paid by the Moroccan artistic force to the smaller details.

THE TROUSERS
Carefully designed in London and expertly manufactured in Portugal these straight leg trousers find equilibrium in a tailored finish without being too restrictive. With a button close fly, soft elastic drawstring waistbands and deep, button closed pockets our pyjama trousers are an everyday home staple. 

“Her Magic Dazzled Me” Yves Saint Laurent. The opening of the YSL museum in Marrakech was what first prompted our intrigue for Morocco. Initially we were interested in Studio Ko, the architects behind the museum, but we quickly became drawn to the stories of Morocco in the 60’s. Pierre Bergé, Saint Laurent, Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, the exotic dreams that inspired the world. It's only when we visited ourselves that we understood the magic of Morocco. A world of sweet-scented opposites; brightly painted cities, ripe vegetables, aged spices littering the souk, motorbikes and donkeys fighting for right of way, contrasting with the tranquility of the riad, the stillness in the garden where the dappled sunlight creates an atmosphere of dreaming. It is a world that ignites your imagination, intoxicates you with saturated colour and mesmerises through its scent. It’s a world where you can almost breathe the beauty. This collection aims to capture the creative spirit of both the locals and the expats of Morocco.