A product. A future.

At Bokhari, Scandinavian design and Pakistani craftsmanship are combined in beautiful quality products. In order to create safe and decent jobs for hundreds of artisans in Pakistan, and ensure schooling for their children at the LAMS school next door to the weavery, we can offer the following areas of expertise:

  • Bokhari merch: a wide selection of quality merchandise products for marketing and branding. We also offer screen, digital and transfer printing services.
  • Bokhari interior: our own collection of exclusive interior and textile products designed by Runa Klock and made in limited edition.
  • Bokhari home: offers selected partners the opportunity to develop products and collections in exclusive designs, made from more sustainable materials.

Sustainable. Human. Engaged.

Do businesses have a responsibility for people and the environment? Our answer is a resounding and unequivocal YES! By taking our responsibility t the next level, beyond expectations, and even a little further, we aim to make our small contribution to a better world.

Who are we?

Bokhari consists of a total of over 450 women and men, in Pakistan and Norway. Creative director Runa Klock and general manager Amar Bokhari, together with warehouse manager Monica Breivik, handle all work in Norway, whereas all production takes place in Sultan Town, a suburb of Faisalabad in Pakistan. There, our skilled artisans, mostly women, make all our products. Our shared vision is to contribute to a more sustainable future for people and the planet.

Mum and dad at work. The children at school. This is how we create a brighter future for everyone.

Our story

An informal meeting in 2014 between designer Runa Klock and social entrepreneur Amar Bokhari was the basis for the restoration and continuation of the vision of creating unique handmade textile and interior products, and through that creating safe workplaces for women and men and schooling for their children – a work that was started over 30 years ago. Because the story of Bokhari goes all the way back to the end of the 1980s when the idea to produce the traditional Norwegian fillerya in Pakistan was conceived on a beautiful winter’s day at Maihaugen in Lillehammer.

Read more about story here.


Certifications help to ensure that all activity that takes place at our weaving mill is in accordance with the current standardized criteria. But we have chosen to go beyond certifications, and work continuously to ensure that all our operations, and all our employees, exceed the minimum requirements.

All our products are made from more sustainable materials.

We want to take care of and further develop the long handicraft traditions in Pakistan.

This is how we work with the SDGs

Bokhari is inspired and guided by the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the world’s joint work plan to eradicate poverty, fight inequality and stop climate change by 2030.

Through our responsible business model, we directly contribute to achieving several of these goals and indirectly to many more.

Read more about how we contribute to the SDGs.

Don't take our word for it

At Bokhari, we work tirelessly to improve our ways of doing things, so that we can make even better products and contribute to improving the lives of our staff and their families – and by doing so contributing to a brighter future for all.

But don’t take our word for it.

Read more about what others say about us.

Decent work is a prerequisite for being able to make good products.

«Education is the foundation upon which we build our future»