Established in 2016, Ichyulu is a concept store featuring hand-selected pieces from African Fashion and Design brands. Ichyulu's focus is to provide a curated retail experience for those who seek unique pieces to match their individual style. Part of our ethos is to celebrate the diversity of African fashion and design through showcasing the use of local materials , sustainable practices, custom prints and craftsmanship through a modern lens. 


High above Kenya’s Maasai Mara where some of the most romantic scenes from Out of Africa were filmed, Angama Mara comprises two separate and intimate camps, each encompassing 15 glass-fronted tented suites. Built on the edge of the Great Rift Valley on one of the most sought-after sites on the continent, Angama Mara offers heart-stopping views as far as the eye can see and a warm Kenyan welcome. The owner-run lodge is just a 10-minute drive on a private access road from the Mara Triangle, which is home to Africa’s great mammals and offers outstanding game viewing 12 months of the year. Tailor-made safari days are as action-packed or as gentle as guests choose them to be. Guests can experience hot air ballooning, walking safaris, garden-to-table lunches in the Shamba, hosted photographic safaris, various interactions with the fascinating Maasai culture that surrounds the lodge – or simply do nothing at all.


Taos, New Mexico

MoMo was founded by Taos Jeweler Moriah Stanton. Moriah’s vision is to create a frequently changing space to feature her work and other carefully curated Taos artists alongside other brilliant artisans from around the globe. Moriah has spent a good part of her life traveling the world and living in places like New York City, Martha’s Vineyard, The Hampton’s, Santa Fe, Northern California, Spain and Mexico. Having largely grown up in Taos (born in Santa Fe) in and around the art scene as a curious adolescent, it left a lasting impression on Moriah and she seeks to be continuously expansive in her concept of showcasing various artistic genres including small production sustainable clothing brands, fine hand crafted furniture, textiles, exotic baskets, ceramic fine art, and more… MoMo is located in a 19th century historic hacienda-style adobe home on Bent street, right in the heart of downtown Taos.

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