Blog — Bosnia and Herzegovina

Traditional tattoos in Bosnia and a modern touch

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Traditional tattoos in Bosnia and a modern touch

The art of traditional tattooing in Bosnia and Herzegovina has almost vanished, with only a select few maintaining the tradition and preserving the memory. Our new collection of tops and dresses, inspired by these historic motifs, is Bazerdzan's little way of preserving oft-forgotten but valuable part of our cultural treasure. 

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The role of Bazerdžan in the design/creative community of BiH

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The role of Bazerdžan in the design/creative community of BiH

We like to think of Bazerdžan as a greater thing, far bigger than a mere place to shop. It’s a place where people and experiences come together; a place where fashion, design, beauty, and art mix in a variety of ways for a greater purpose.

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For Sarajevo, with love

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For Sarajevo, with love

April 6, date so deeply engraved in Sarajevo's history and Sarajevo so deeply embedded in us because of it.

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Stećak, the true Bosnian treasure

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Stećak, the true Bosnian treasure

Monumental, medieval, tombstone-like - this is stećak, and so much more.

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Why you should care about November 25

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Why you should care about November 25

It was a murky night, with a couple of hours left until the sun comes up. A few hundred people in a slightly cold hall were deliberating for almost nine straight hours. You couldn’t tell it was that long. There were no visible signs of dissatisfaction because this wasn’t your ordinary meeting. On the contrary, cheers thundered through the entire hall. The delegates rose to their feet, while the Slavic hymn “Hej, Slaveni” (“Hey, Slavs”) echoed the auditorium. Afterward, comrade Vojislav Kecmanović announced that the assembly was over. Those were the final moments of the first ever ZAVNOBIH (State Anti-Fascist...

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