Under the patronage of the Ministry of Tourism and Handicrafts, the National Handicrafts Office recently organized the 21st session of the “Golden Khomsa” at the Palais des Congrès in Tunis. The award ceremony for the winners of the new edition of the “Golden Khomasa” was held in the presence of dozens of distinguished guests including in particular the Minister of Tourism and Crafts Réné Trabelsi, the Minister of education Hatem Ben Salem, the governor of Tunis and ambassadors from several Maghreb and European countries.
As usual, Dorra Dhahri was invited to this beautiful evening.
Women’s Clothing Category:
1st prize (Khomsa in gold and 3 thousand dinars): Safia Miled (Governorate of Sousse)
2nd prize (Khomsa in silver and 2 thousand dinars): Aidia Tabbai (Governorate of Ariana)
3rd prize: (Khomsa in bronze and 1000 dinars): Afef Chemkhi (Governorate of Ben Arous)
Men’s Clothing Category:
1st prize (Khomsa in gold and 3 thousand dinars): Fatma Daboussi (Governorate of Tunis)
2nd prize (Khomsa in silver and 2 thousand dinars): Bassem Ben Slimen (Governorate of Nabeul)
3rd prize: (Khomsa in bronze and 1000 dinars): Madiha Trabelsi (Governorate of Sfax).
Note that the Golden Khomsa is a national competition rewarding the best creation of the year in terms of authentic traditional Tunisian clothing. Participants in this competition are called upon to create models of traditional clothing that are both modern and practical.
In a statement to the media on the sidelines of the award ceremony, Tourism Minister René Trabelsi highlighted the contribution of this competition to the promotion of traditional clothes nationally and internationally.