116 EUR

If you have a natural inclination for napping or the art of sun-drying like a summer fruit, our LA VIOLETTE fouta is the Tunisian cousin of the pareo, or the lightweight alternative to a terry towel.

Easy to fold and slip on, it's also a stylish accessory to tie around your waist.

Available in 3 colors.



100% combed cotton


Striped mauve, with shades of lavender, bougainvillea, and pastel.


2 x 1 m

Origine & production

Handwoven by Mehdi in Tunisia, a master of the craft who knows all the tricks of the trade.

Its irregular stripes are the result of a unique artisanal weaving technique, combining chevron and flat patterns.

Care instructions
We recommend hand washing or machine washing on a cold, delicate cycle with no spin to avoid damaging the natural fibers. Use a gentle liquid detergent. Do not use fabric softener. Hang to dry.


- A luxurious towel
- A cool bed cover 
- A lazy person's hair dryer
- A masterpiece canvas
- A turban
- A magic carpet

What can you do with a fouta by your side ? 

- Take a dip in the Mediterranean sea or enjoy an Italian-style shower

- Have a picnic without losing a crumb 

- Fall asleep like a dormouse on the golden sand or amidst the buttercups

- Listen to tall tales

- Enjoy a movie night or a night under the stars

- Set sail


Jibel has taken the key of olive fields, embarking on a reverse journey from the sea, rolling straight towards small whitevillages, where the people live off seasonal harvests in the tranquility of the desert.

A journey through time in the middle of the pampa finally leads us to the long-awaited "Open Sesame".
The lair of our weaving craftsmanship is hidden somewhere between a peninsula and an ancient city, in the heartlands of El Jem and Mahdia.

Our beautiful fabric spools awaited us there, after a long summer vacation in the famous Tunisian customs (one day we'll tell you about it).

Master Mehdi gets to work here, sharing with us his strong affinity for ancestral artisanal techniques and the intense ristretto from the nearby café.

Here, the days are marked by the sound of hands and feet meticulously operating the looms with precision and delicacy.

A strong and steady sound, a rhythm that serves as a radio, a gentle melody where decibels softly pass by, the voice of Jibel.

Le tritptyque

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