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The African cotton-based bazin is hand-dyed to become a damask fabric characterized by stiffness and a dazzling shine.
The word “bazin” comes from the Italian where “bambagia” means cotton wadding.
It is a damask fabric that comes from England, its patterns are woven from the beginning. The first bazins were very fashionable at the end of the XNUMXth century, hence the trade secret.
Legend has it that the first importer of bazin stumbled upon this fabric by chance while traveling in Europe.
When the importer (a Malian) understood that this fabric could be sold in Africa, he asked the manufacturers to add a little shine so that the fabric had every chance to please his customers in Africa.