Arab Designer Inspired by Hungarian Kalocsa Embroidery

Culture Global

Ayah Tabari, founder of Mochi designer company, designed her new collection based on famous Hungarian Kalocsa embroidery.Tabari’s new Hungary Collection was featured in Net-a-Porter and an article was written about Tabari’s new collection in Harper’s Bazaar Magazine too.


Pieces of the Hungary Collection are already available in the shop of Net-a-Portal and both Mochi and the Kalocsa embroidery received a great attention after presenting Tabari’s new collection.


The famous Hungarian needlework – Kalocsa embroidery technique -, which inspired the Arab fashion designer, was used in the 19th century.



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