Though it may not be easy to visit Tunisia, a beautiful country in North Africa situated alongside the Mediterranean Sea, SF locals will now be able to experience the next-best thing.
“Made In: Tunisia” is popping up in Nob Hill from October 10th to 14th. Visitors will be able to see, feel, and purchase Tunisian design and crafts.
Through the series of “Made In” pop-ups, they create a space with full of design and crafts from somewhere amazing that connects people to everyday life in these different places, including their traditions, cultures and modern lifestyles. With the purpose of highlighting and sharing designs and creative communities in these different places around the world, this time, “Made In” pop-up features the beauty of Tunisian culture as its second installment. The pop-up will be kicked off with an opening party and a special talk by Pauline Eveillard, the founder of Soukra and a curator for this event, and fashion designer Anissa Meddeb.
The pop-up’s curator Eveillard is collecting and offering home decor and fashion from Tunisian designers as well as sharing stories of people and places behind the products of her e-commerce online store and blog. Her choice of colorful, fun, warm, and practical Tunisian products for her store sets a bar high for this pop-up store. Who could miss this occasion?
// BAANA, 1256 Mason St, Nob Hill; Oct 10—14, 11am - 7pm (11am - 3pm on Oct 14); more details here.