Black and White Tatreez Mule
Black and White Tatreez Mule

Darzah

Black and White Tatreez Mule

100% hand-embroidered and handcrafted in Palestine. Our tatreez leather mules are a modern take on a traditional Palestinian art form. Each pair is hand-embroidered by refugee and low-income women artisans with traditional Palestinian tatreez motifs and then handcrafted with locally sourced leather in Al Khalil (Hebron).

Details

Soft leather insole and leather lining for a very comfortable fit. Leather and rubber outsole. Free exchanges for US orders for any size or style.

Ethical fashion from Palestine, fair trade certified by Fair Trade Federation.

 woman made

Darzah is a non-profit, ethical fashion brand specializing in Palestinian "tatreez" embroidery, a centuries-old art form, traditionally passed down from mother to daughter. Each of our pieces is hand-embroidered and 100% handcrafted in the West Bank. Our mission is twofold: 1) to create economic opportunities for refugee and low-income women artisans, and 2) to celebrate tatreez embroidery and Palestinian cultural heritage.

 

 woman made

Learn more about our values here.

 

Dr. Janette Habashi, Professor in Human Relations at the University of Oklahoma, started Child's Cup Full (Darzah's parent organization) with her students as a small fundraising initiative to support grassroots education programs for refugee children in the West Bank.

 

 

The Brand

Darzah is a non-profit, ethical fashion brand specializing in Palestinian "tatreez" embroidery, a centuries-old art form, traditionally passed down from mother to daughter. Each of our pieces is hand-embroidered and 100% handcrafted in the West Bank. Our mission is twofold: 1) to create economic opportunities for refugee and low-income women artisans, and 2) to celebrate tatreez embroidery and Palestinian cultural heritage.

 

The Values

 woman made

Learn more about our values here.

 

The Woman

Dr. Janette Habashi, Professor in Human Relations at the University of Oklahoma, started Child's Cup Full (Darzah's parent organization) with her students as a small fundraising initiative to support grassroots education programs for refugee children in the West Bank.

 

 
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