Soasoo

Fanoa, the brain-child behind Soasoo takes her inspiration from the craftsmanship that exists on the island. She believes, any small business thrives only when the people working for it are invested in the brand & product and believe in it. Soasoo is a place where the old world of weaving methods meets the new world of Fanoa’s modern inspiration. Every aspect of the product, right from the colour palette, to the design, and finally the fabric, is put together with utmost care and planning.

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Not only do the products at Soasoo have great quality, they also come with some great history. The products are inspired and woven by a family of weavers who belong to Fanoa’s grandfather’s native Malagasy community. They were exhibited at Quai BRANLY from November 2018 to January 2019 – an exhibition focused on the arts that belong to the ancestors of Madagascar.

Soasoo considers their weavers are a part of their business and their family and they personally convey the feedback that comes from the consumers to them. This, Fanoa strongly believes, keeps them motivated at all times.

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“The authenticity of the product lies in the palette of colors, worked and chosen with care. It evokes natural nuances in a coherent and original whole. After preparing the threads from the loom which takes half a day, up to a day, depending on the model, the weavers set to work. I always wanted to work with artisans and well now, I am!”

— Fanoa

Hear from Soasoo producers!

“The authenticity of the product lies in the palette of colors, worked and chosen with care. It evokes natural nuances in a coherent and original whole. After preparing the threads from the loom which takes half a day, up to a day, depending on the model, the weavers set to work. I always wanted to work with artisans and well now, I am!”

— Fanoa

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