Bahban is a fashion house established in 2013 and based in Madrid, Spain. Recognized by a balance of shadows and light, collections for women and men evoke a serene and powerful universe tinged with a happy spirit. Union of the most modern classicism and the radical touch of music and contemporary art, each design captures strength and sensitivity in equal parts.
The Spanish designer Juanjo Larriba is the artistic director of Bahban after a long career designing costumes for theater and television and having gone through the academic world as a professor at IED Madrid.
He understands fashion as a form of communication, that’s why he likes to design simple, useful and durable accessories for real people who appreciate handmade things. Knows the importance of people and crafts.
On the other hand, Anastasio Calvo is the CEO of the brand, and defends the long-term vision of the power of independence and creativity.
This is how Bahban was created, when a designer, Juanjo Larriba, and an economist, Anastasio Calvo meet, sharing the same interest in design and the Spanish tradition of crafts and leather.
We design collections thinking of making durable objects out of the trends of the moment, seeking to develop a discourse of their own to create beautiful and versatile objects that can be used infinity times.
Our source of inspiration ranges from the history of art to fashion, architecture and nature.
In our collections there are references to military embroidery, stained glass, art deco, sunset at sea, or the Pyramid building in San Francisco for our backpack among others.
The Bahban customer is someone with character, who flee from the superfluous and prioritize the object to the brand.
When asked for the future, they want to grow little by little to continue maintaining the essence of the brand without the pressure to grow very fast and keep their presence in international fairs as in the last one in Copenhagen.
Where does Bahban have its largest number of clients?
Being located in Spain the national market is important, but this last year northern Europe and America have made their way.