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Basama Beyah, the founder of the BaZma brand, is a Native Born Muslimah who has a keen insight on muslim fashion for American women in the U.S.. Basama aims to share her designs with the Muslim women population within her native country. 


Basima has an MBA in Business Innovation with a specialization in Marketing from Jefferson University and has an undergrad degree in Marketing Communications/Business Management from Philadelphia University (Philadelphia College of textiles and Designs). Her education helped her to develop innovative thinking to create, expand, and promote the BaZma brand.

Basima decided to develop BaZma due to the difficulty in finding muslim appropriate clothing that would adhere to the cultural requirements in the mainstream clothing stores, or even when shopping at the mall. With the inspiration of a long family line of seamstresses (mother, grandmother, and great grandmother), she was inspired to continue the family tradition of sewing. Growing up it was necessary to know how to sew in her family due the limited options and the desire to fulfill the obligation of modesty whilst remaining uniquely stylish. As she grew to learn how to sew herself, she began sewing for people as a hobby, and has received more and more demand to develop the line of clothing. With the will of Allah, and the support and encouragement of her family and friends she was able to develop and expand the BaZma fashion Brand.


The BaZma Brand Mission Statement is as follows: To provide a variety of affordable fashions for the many variations of Muslim women in the U.S., whilst uniting us through our shared goal of being modestly modern. The BaZma Brand vision statement: To facilitate modestly modern fashion and become the go to affordable fashion brand for muslim women of all variations within the U.S..