It’s the season for holiday decor.
But some home decor companies are offering something different: clothes made in the country.
A few weeks ago, Amazon announced it was partnering with French fashion house Moroccan fashion house, Villepint, to create clothing made in Morocco.
This is an idea that’s becoming more and more popular.
For example, a Morocca-themed suit and tie that will retail for $400,000 or more, according to Amazon, is available for purchase through its website.
It’s also possible to buy a Moroccans-themed tuxedo, for $300,000, or a Moroco-themed coat and skirt, for around $150,000.
Moroccan style was once considered a second-class citizen in the U.S., with its long, flowing hair, dark color and traditionally dressed citizens.
But it has slowly gained acceptance in recent years as Moroccos, a people who speak French, embrace their culture, and wear traditional clothing.
It has also gained prominence as a fashion destination, with designers like Hedi Slimane, whose clothing line was inspired by Moroccan fashion, designing clothes in the Moroccus fashion house.
Moroco’s founder, Mohamed Joudoua, also has ties to the French capital, Paris.
In the 1990s, he founded the company, which specialized in producing clothing in the style of the French Quarter.
Today, the company employs about 10 people in Paris and around 50 in France.
It makes its clothes in Morocco, but also ships them to the U, U.K. and Australia.
It also produces its own apparel in France and Europe.
The company’s fashion house opened a store in Morocco in December, where it sells designer clothing and home decor.
The Ville Pint house, which is owned by Moroccano’s head designer, Jean-Luc Drouet, has also announced plans to launch a new fashion line, Morocchiem, that will focus on Moroccan culture.
According to the Moroco website, the MorcoiMorpheme collection will be a mix of traditional Moroccan fabrics and modern Moroccan fashion.
This will include garments, accessories and accessories for men, women and children.
Morocco, a country of 9 million people in West Africa, is the world’s seventh-largest producer of traditional clothes and has been the focus of fashion in the West for years.
A number of French fashion houses have started to make the shift to the country, including Calvin Klein, Burberry, Alexander McQueen, Marc Jacobs and more.
In 2016, the first season of a new show, “Love in the Time of the Season,” premiered in Morocco.
It starred French actress and actor Amelie de La Croix, who played a Moroccan housewife who was also an author.
In addition to producing the show, the producers of the show were also the producers and executives of VillePint.
“It is not only an opportunity to bring Morocques fashion culture and style to the rest of the world but also to bring it to a wider audience and be a part of the fabric of our culture,” said Joudoudouas Morocqua.
“We are proud to be a partner in Ville’s mission and it is something that will become part of our fabric in the coming years.”
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