, Bokja decided to help individuals and families affected by the Beirut Blast, offering 100 Bed Covers Handcrafted in Lebanon and Made with Love to keep 100 Households Warm.
Collaborated with The Women Collective to support, connect and empower a group of women.
Hoodies boast an embroidery of pine trees, commemorating the miraculous saving of the Bisri valley.
Bokja partnered with Tahaddi, an organization that strives to provide quality health and education services to economically and socially marginalized families in Beirut.
Bokja’s Huda Baroudi and Saudi’s first female race car driver, Reema Juffali sitting on the dining room chairs designed for Habitat for Humanity Lebanon.
At a time when medical supplies are running low, we found a great opportunity to continue employing our talented craftspeople and create reversible silk masks to donate to the frontline warriors at medical centers in Beirut.
Bokja seeks to expand its horizons through collaborations with exciting and relevant agencies and individuals. In our recent collaborations, we have focused on supporting small businesses and NGOs across the country.
Bokja partnered with Creative Space Beirut – School of Design (CSB-SD), a tuition-free school for fashion design in the city. By offering five intensive workshop in embroidery, the students were allowed the opportunity to learn first-hand the complexities of a world-class craft studio.
Women, Women, Women is an artistic intervention represented by five sculptures of women. Each totem, made of stacked poufs upholstered with textiles gathered from around the world, represents female attributes: independence, empathy, compassion, nurturance, and strength.
Bokja Design embarks on a new mission with the community organization ‘Phenomenal Women’ to create the Bokja Bralette.