Founded in 2015, Maison Udjuwa is inspired by its East-African and Parisian heritage. Udjuwa means « to discover » in Swahili. Siti, a young woman from Comoros Islands, living in Paris, founded the brand to highlight Comoran culture. Maison Udjuwa designs East-African patterns (like khanga or chiromani) and prints them on silk scarves, also known as 'Carré de soie', one of the famous symbols of the 'chic à la française'. Maison Udjuwa promotes a modern form of cultural mix through 'authenticity', 'tradition' & 'creativity'. "We selected Maison Udjuwa for their soft and elegant silk scarves. They are a perfect match of East-African and Parisian styles", Julie, Talent Hunter.