BBCP Resortwear collections has no expiration time
We work in harmony with artisan processes; Our genderless resort wear collections are naturally dyed in our studio or co-created in small batches at demand, collecting every inch of scraps for future "one of the kind" pieces. But not to worry, if your favorite BBCP is out of stock, click on the "Notify me when available" button and we'll let you know as soon as it becomes available.
We are one with nature and with this spirit we have built our foundation.
How to compost your BBCP once it’s reached the end
We hope that you will mend your BBCP piece if it gets torn and find creative solutions for dealing with stains such as over-dyeing in darker colors, but if your BBCP piece is truly at the end of its life you can compost it in the backyard and watch as it returns to the soil.
Thank you for being part of the journey
Freshwater is not only essential to health and sanitation but to the continuation of craftsmanship, culture and sustainable livelihoods.
The BBCP Rainwater Foundation was launched alongside our partners as a collective response to the growing need of freshwater in Rajasthan. India.
Guided by Manthan Sanstha kotri, together with a committee of 14 people out of 80 artisan families who decides, monitor and manage the entire work including project accounts in the implementation of water conservation and groundwater recharge systems in the Village of kaladera. Jaipur
BBCP Rainwater Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Brooklyn. New York.
100% Donations supports Kaladera Project & 100% tax deductible.
+ $20 of each BBCP sold goes towards Kaladera Project
“These caftans emphasized my love for sustainability! This is my favorite dress at the beach, at home and just lounging with my friends”
- "Long gone are the days of being uncomfortable in clothing. I love their versatility while remaining chic. BBCP Caftans are as much as a wardrobe staple to me as a pair of jeans”