Welcome to The Baksa Project - a product of my love for fashion.
Fashion, for me, has always been very personal. It has always been a means of self-expression, not bound by any rules. Over the years, learning about the subject has helped make my perspective on the industry and the art a lot more holistic.
With The Baksa Project, my attempt is to reconnect with my past through clothes. To bring out beautiful fabrics and scraps that have been with my family for many years and to repurpose them by creating unique pieces of clothing. With that, my aim is to also break up with fast fashion and be more conscious about how I use and reuse my clothes.
The Baksa Project is a potpourri of upcycling projects and stories about nostalgic and conscious fashion. Everything you see here is original and handmade. Rather, hand-mended.
The fashion industry has a bad rap for being superficial, and that is primarily because people have a very limiting view of what it entails. There's much more to it than the seasonal trends glossies spell out for you. I hope to bring to light some of that here.
Thank you so much for stopping by. 🙂