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Poppy DelevingneThe travel-mad model gets lost in the buzzing streets

‘ Every time I’m in Morocco I’m instantly uplifted by the glow of the sun on my face and puffs of orange clouds above my head. I head straight to my favourite restaurant, Dar Yacout, hidden away so brilliantly in the Medina you feel like you’ve won a treasure hunt every time you find it. I start with mint cocktails on the roof before chicken and couscous by the pool, drums in my ear and never-ending beer. I embrace the hustle and bustle of the streets and head to Noyra’s boutique, where I’m swamped in Technicolor fabric like Joseph in his dreamcoat. There are kaftans and kimonos, all locally made. For loafers in tribal prints and French vintage fabric, Topolina is the place. Then off I trot to 33 Rue Majorelle, a concept store opposite Yves Saint Laurent’s Majorelle gardens (great if you like cobalt blue) for homewares that make Oka look silly. The sun is setting, the airport beckons, and I swear even my face has a mirror or tassel sewn into it.’

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