A Movement of Speaking Up

A Movement of Speaking Up

Throughout the past seven years of SukkhaCitta’s existence, we’ve had the pleasure of connecting with so many impact-driven individuals. From experts, leaders to curious-minded learners and content creators, it has always been such an inspiring moment to witness the thread of connection that our Ibus in Indonesian villages have woven for us all.

And so, throughout these beautiful years, it has become all the more visible that the clothes we wear also send a message to the audience around us. Whether for representation, amplification, presentation, or just pure function–the most meaningful clothes exist to tell its own story. A meaningful story that backs you up during those milestone moments that you won’t ever forget.

People who speak up wear #MadeRight, and that alone speaks volumes.


Maudy Ayunda at the Net Zero Summit was seen wearing KAPAS Tumpang Sari Kebaya Vest.

Qiyun Woo attended the 2024 ChangeNOW Conference in Paris to give a talk about journalism, content creation, and agenda setting for topics related to climate change.


Farwiza Farhan at Ideafest 2023 was seen wearing ANGKASA Relaxed Blazer and ANGKASA Hemstitched Top.


Andhyta Firselly Utami at MIT Solve 2023 was seen wearing ANGKASA Boss Lady Shirt, KAPAS Tumpang Sari Kebaya and KAPAS Hemstitched Curator’s Pants.


She also received the 40 Under 40 award at Fortune Indonesia in March 2024. Shining bright like the star she is, wearing the ANGKASA High Neck Shift Dress.


Sophia Li hosted Earthshot 2023 in Singapore, wearing the SERIBU BUNGA Statement Blazer in SappanPink™.


And so did Farwiza Farhan as she gave a talk of her own at Earthshot.


Tiza Mafira also made a splash at the COP28 by wearing SappanPink™ from top to bottom in a custom powersuit! 


Driando Ahnan at the Global Food Security Forum 2022 was seen wearing Anyam Beskap. 

These changemakers have championed the intricate works of our Ibus–a noble act that is beyond valuable. They have put a voice to the movement, and have given a chance for her works to shine on stage. And when you support the work of a woman in a village, you’re supporting an entire community of people in her village.

Thank you for always choosing #MadeRight. 

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