Oum Rabie which means “mother of spring” in Arabic is the 2nd longest river in Morocco, inspired Ulili to create one of its first fragrances in 2013. Its accord of citrus, aromatic notes and fresh spices evokes the light of the first rays of a spring sun.
“On the river-banks of the Oum Rabie, covered in blossoming oleander, a young shepherdess is singing a Berber poem. Her crystalline voice rustles through the leaves in an orange grove bathed in the first spring sunshine.”
Born in Casablanca in 1996; Fatine Arafati is a Moroccan visual artist. A graduate of the Barcelona School of Fine Arts in Sculpture. Her work takes most often the form of paintings and installations.
Her artistic projects revolve around figurative sculpture and the different functions it acquires depending on the places and contexts where it can be seen.