Bangladeshi weavers and artisans are a powerhouse of talent and creativity. Although especially known for their Nakshi Kantha needlework, they excel at most other traditional, artistic forms of stitching as well. Four old friends, Shirajum Munira, Fardous Ahmed, Rahmatul Alam and Nusrat Jahan, recognised the strength in this ancient heritage and instantly knew what they had to do, to lend due recognition and visibility to artisans and their work. They decided to form SutarKabbo, an establishment where rural craftswomen would be trained to create quality handicrafts and sustain their livelihoods through their skills.
The new Sonia Musa Store in Banani DOHS is an addition to the glamour of the boulevard that boasts having it all. The boutique designed to create a space of warmth and comfort for the client who wishes to unwind in a lounge and high-end hospitality.
An icon and a legend in her own right, Khan redefines summer norms of subdued hues by introducing a dark palette; an unconventional choice, sure, but one that a seasoned designer like Khan expertly masters.