How a fashion designer created Zebucq, a material made from coconut fibre


Loetitia Razanamarie, born and raised in Madagascar, fashioned a new material from coconut fibre. She now uses it to create a range of bags. Photo: AFP

At first, Loetitia Razanamarie never really set out to become a fashion designer – let alone launch her own brand – but the pandemic changed her plans in the most incredible way.

After an intensive training course at the Esmod Paris fashion school, this upcoming designer from Madagascar accomplished the impressive feat of launching her first collection of handbags made from Zebucq, a material she developed herself, made from coconut tree fibre.

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