Celebrating the art of handmade slow fashion at it’s finest

Be introduced to the techniques we use to create pieces of art that have been handmade by artisans and people trained in their craft.
Made for the conscious individual, who appreciates the art and work that goes into making a truly ethically crafted piece.


Our crochet is handmade with 100% cotton yarn, a natural fibre and comfortable to wear.
We work with Balinese women, that have been doing crochet work for many years, working from their homes, so they can take care of their families, whilst making an income.
We are constantly developing new techniques with them, creating unique masterpieces. Every hand has a slightly different tension and make, so each piece is truly one of a kind.


Kerawang is a traditional Balinese lace-making technique. Artisans print the motif onto fabric and follow the lines using a sewing machine to create intricate embroidery. They then carefully cut out parts of the motif and secure the openings with an embroidered mesh. Kerawang is traditionally used in women's ceremonial costumes.At times, we use this technique without cutting, resulting in a solid design. We've adapted this traditional technique to create contemporary fashion items with vivid and unique details suitable for modern everyday use.


Handmade beading is a way of creating truly unique pieces, Every sequin and bead is picked up individually with a needle and sewn on by hand, one by one.
It takes a lot of patience and passion from the artisans, that create those pieces in home manufacturing. The cottage industry model gives them enough time to care for their families, and have an income.