- Designer Christine Lafian travelled through her homeland of Indonesia to gain inspiration for her label SUKU—meaning ‘tribes’ in Indonesian.
- Working with local artisans in Bali, Indonesia, SUKU produce in small scale under fair trade practices and uphold traditional hand dyeing techniques and craftsmanship.
- Bamboo rayon is a staple fabric used throughout SUKU clothing and bedding ranges. Cellulose from regenerated bamboo and acacia tree fibre is spun into a rayon yarn using a closed loop process, resulting in a soft, breathable, and hypoallergenic material that is more absorbent and pill-resistant than cotton.
- Fabric is hand dyed using a palette of natural plant dyes made from sustainable, locally available materials. Unlike toxic chemical dyes, plant waste from the dyeing process is biodegradable and the alkaline waste water is reusable.
- You can read more about SUKU’s material, natural dyes and craftsmanship on their website.
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