babouche

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babouche

(bəˈbuːʃ)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a Middle-Eastern, particularly Turkish, heelless slipper
Translations
Babusche
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Du cote de la Babouche traditionnelle qui a le vent en poupe, et ce, depuis que les grandes maisons de haute couture internationales y ont prete leur attention, quelques createurs marocains ont surfe sur la tendance et ont propose une version moderne de la babouche traditionnelle comme Najid Fatima Zahra qui propose des [beaucoup moins que]Tradi-trendy[beaucoup plus grand que] Babouches.
Best buys include leatherwork, spices, babouches (slippers) and carpets, but bargains depend on your haggling skills.
He speaks of finding his own universe here, of adapting a vocabulary of traditional "Maroc" alongside the French concept of "le rock," as evidenced by his babouches and handbags dappled with silver studs.
However, Kehinde their Afropolitan son was described to have been wearing what he always wore to work: "spattered sweatpants, an NYU T-shirt, Moroccan babouches" (Selasi, 2013, p.
Ces dernieres sont constituees d'une gandoura travaillee avec du fil d'or, d'une chechia stamboul grenat tranchant avec le reste de la tenue et de babouches blanches.
Coiffe de son typique beret, volumineux magazine scientifique a la main, tenue decontractee -les vieilles babouches detrompent un esprit libre malgre la rigueur apparente de l'homme-, le regard sur et rassurant, celui que les Souiris appellent affectueusement "Bahala" -un surnom qui renvoie a une sympathique histoire humaine-, ne peut raconter sa vie de jeune footballeur sans evoquer avec nostalgie sa ville bien aimee, avec ses quartiers, ses murailles, ses Hommes et son environnement ayant seme et entretenu en lui l'amour d'un sport qui guidera son destin.
But look again--one of them is astride a Harley Davidson, another is winking above her veil, their hijabs sport the Louis Vuitton logo, while their babouches display the Nike tick.
Mrs Berada also designs an assortment of belts, djellabas, takchitas and babouches which are slippers.
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The souks are famous for their leather goods and the babouches (shoes) make great slippers (pounds 7 a pair).
Tractatus, 4, 461, cite par Hocquard, Emmanuel, Les Babouches vertes.
In "Gang of Marrakech," the same women, sporting babouches (those iconic Moroccan slippers) with Louis Vuitton prints, show off their motorcycles.