Made by local artisans in a humble boutique factory in Central Java, Batik Wayang offers a selection of hand-onto-silk contemporary batik prints on the finest silk. All prints are made using traditional techniques for the colour-dyes, transforming them to a collection of products from shawls and hand fans, all the way to blankets and decorative throws.
A collective of 4 brands, made and produced on the Island of the Gods, Down to Earth showcases a beautiful selection of quality products. From wooden and bamboo sunglasses and phone cases, to a range of jewellery and ethnic-inspired cases for technology, all brands and products are made using only sustainably grown materials and socially responsible production methods.
Created with a passion and love for original handwoven ‘tenun ikat’ by Ari, a young and emerging Balinese fashion designer, Etnik by Ari features contemporary designs that combine the beauty of ethnic and traditional details with a touch of modern simplicity, making the collection a highly wearable ready-to-wear favourite.
In collaboration with Indonesian Emporium Design Curator, Eric van Bruggen, the best selection of carefully-sourced Indonesian oleh-oleh at Indonesian Emporium promises a journey through Indonesian culture, presented unlike any other on the Island of the Gods. Discover traditional souvenirs, exotic trinkets and cultural gifts. From a bevy of basketry and hand-crafted bamboo accessories, to a beautifully crafted selection of home-and-glassware, Indonesian Emporium is set to bring you a new retail experience of all things Indonesian.
Inspired by the colours and eclectic details of ethnic woven fabrics from all across the region, Tribal Signature is a reflection of the founder, Anita Prasetyaningsih’s passion for tribal fabrics and patterns. Nearly every item in the collection features handwoven fabrics made with traditional weaving techniques that has a special place in the hearts of many Indonesians as the symbol of Indonesian heritage.
Made in Semarang, Indonesia, starting off as a home industry in 1998, founder Wenny Sulistiowaty Hartono initially cultivated the idea of creating her own brand after years of experience in the export industry. Webe Bags now offers a collection of quality handmade woven bags, wallets, clutches and scarves, available in multiple cities across Indonesia, setting the bar that inspires Indonesian creativepreneurs.
Handcrafted by experienced silversmiths, the name “Saka”, that comes from the word “Caka” that means the Balinese Hindu calendar, clearly symbolises the everlasting pieces designed with modern appreciation of old jewellery-making techniques and influences.