Tribaliste - A Curation of Traditional Crafts
A curation of tractional crafts, Tribaliste is dedicated to supporting Berber and local craftsman in Morocco. Their Tamegroute pottery takes its name from a town in the south of the country, adjacent to the Sahara Desert, meaning ‘last place before the desert’. Traditionally the last stop for the caravans who travelled across the desert on camels, the town has 7 ovens belonging to 7 pottery families who create unique pieces crafted by various relatives, and pass the craft from one generation to the next. The pottery’s distinctive green colour is achieved by adding 1% copper to the glaze, resulting in a vivd characteristic with no two pieces the same.
Paying homage to both US and UK cultures, the piece takes inspiration from traditional British wax jackets and early outdoor garments from the Pacific East, updated with technical goose-down insulation to keep you warm throughout the colder months.
We've teamed up with Boston-based streetwear store Bodega to create the FO Jacket, a winter essential that proves you only need one 'go-to' jacket to look the part for any occasion.