The fabric used for the Bazaar is sourced from the Chittagong Hill Tracts and is the most complicated weaving used by The Tripty Project.  Using synthetic fabric sourced from local vendors, this style is a favorite among the weavers we work with and is a tribute to their talent and artisanship.  

It is sewn by the survivors of the Rana Plaza building collapse and makes a positive impact in their lives and their community in Savar, Bangladesh.  It is lined with upcycled Sari Fabric from the women who sewed each piece, creating a personalized imprint of the maker in each item.