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Cityzen by Azin transforms aerial views of cities into wearable art, taking inspiration from colors and patterns of the earth from above. Itpromotes global dialogue and diplomacy through fashion by transcending physical and mental borders believing that the arts bridge differences, technology reveals beauty, inter-connectivity leads to new discoveries, and taking the long view brings commonality into focus.



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100% Silk Georgette with embroidered accent edge finish in color.

Digital print.

42″ x 42″.

Color: Hues of green and pink

Azin’s memories of lush green landscape of Bangladesh when she was there is early 90’s was the inspiration for her choice of hues in grassy, emerald, chartreuse and forest greens incorporated in the Dhaka scarf. Accents of peach and pink are inspired by Lalbagh Fort, considered one of the most beautiful buildings in Bangladesh and a prime example of Dhaka’s architecture since its construction in 17th century.

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BECOME: A Cityzen of DHAKA and……

SMELL: Ginger, onion and garlic fried with fresh water fish and black mustard seeds

TOUCH: Hand woven Jamdani saris from New Market

SHOP: At Aarong in Gulshan for fine artisan products

VISIT: The National Parliament House surrounded by lake designed by the famous architect, Louis Kahn

TASTE: Morgo-polao, a special chicken and rice dish at Nanna Biriani

APPRECIATE: The modernist architecture of Muzharul Islam at The Institute of Arts and Crafts

HEAR: Songs by Rabindranath Tagore, the Nobel Prize winner in Literature in 1913.

REST: At the peaceful Armenian Church in the midst of the Old Dhaka

DRINK: A borhani, served at special ceremonies and weddings

READ: Bengali ghazals by the “Rebel Poet” Kazi Nazrul Islam

RIDE: A rickshaw in the maze of narrow laneways of Old Dhaka

SEE: The Lalbag Fort, where the first battle for independence from the British took place in 1857

WATCH: Tareque Masud’s Matir Moina (The Clay Bird) which has won a number of international awards

TAKE: Jute woven baskets or terracotta products from Aarong in Dhanmondi