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SukkhaCitta is an awards-winning social enterprise changing lives in rural Indonesia. With every #MadeRight fabric, we return stories of impact and human connection as an antidote to the era of overconsumption and mass production.

If you’re a designer, influencer, stockiest, or press media – we’re excited to find a way to collaborate! Simply write to us at hello@sukkhacitta.com and let’s start the conversation.

"A key piece of SukkhaCitta’s mission is environmental: to reduce toxic runoff from dyes that textile makers dump into local waters, including the heavily polluted Citarum River. [...] working with the artisans to reclaim natural dyes for their designs—indigo leaves for blues, fruits for yellows, and mahogany and sappanwood for reds."

"SukkhaCitta [...] empowers artisans in villages across Indonesia - providing intensive training in craft, design and business skills before connecting them to a global market."

"SukkhaCitta was founded on the principle of ending exploitation of artisans and seeks to make “meaningful clothes” by applying sustainable and ethical principles in production and by investing in the empowerment of the women who make their clothes."

"SukkhaCitta provides craftswomen with training in business skills, design and natural dyeing [...]. They guarantee the origin, ethical practices and sustainability with the #MadeRight transparency standard. SukkhaCitta scales the impact by growing its own cotton and natural dyes."

"SukkhaCitta, a social enterprise that connects textile artisans in rural villages across Indonesia with a global market. [...] pioneered a new transparency standard: #MadeRight — a promise that any fabric sold by SukkhaCitta is made by artisans making a living wage, is environmentally sustainable, and supports a traditional cultural practice."

"The mission of SukkhaCitta is to foster transparency and change for local craftswomen while providing them fair wages. [...] build a bridge between you and the remarkable artisans who’ve been invisible for too long."

"The brand, founded in 2016, started with three women and now provides access to education and a living wage to 1,432 people in rural Indonesia. [...] Beyond helping artisans get paid fair wages, SukkhaCitta also uses sustainably sourced materials and relies on indigenous, regenerative farming methods."

"Indonesian social entrepreneur Denica Flesch wanted a career where she had a direct impact in the fight against poverty so in 2016, aged 26, she founded SukkhaCitta, an online marketplace selling clothes made by female artisans in Indonesian villages."

"SukkhaCitta, a social enterprise that pioneers transparency and change for artisans in villages across Indonesia."

"SukkhaCitta, kewirausahaan sosial yang bergerak di ranah mode berkelanjutan atau sustainable fashion. [...] Dengan program Jawara Desa, dilatihlah ibu-ibu yang nantinya bisa menularkan keterampilananya kepada ibu-ibu yang lain. Tidak hanya membatik atau menenun, mereka juga dilatih tentang pengetahuan bisnis, kontrol kualitas, dan penentuan harga selama satu tahun sampai siap menjual produk."

"SukkhaCitta, a Jakarta- based social enterprise. [...] #MadeRight is our promise to you that everything you purchase pays a living wage, is kind to the Earth and uses traditional craftsmanship."

"Denica menghadirkan SukkhaCitta untuk mengajak para konsumen untuk ikut mengambil bagian dalam menyelesaikan permasalahan sosial dan lingkungan. [...] mengakhiri eksploitasi perempuan yang bekerja sebagai pembuat pakaian."

"#MadeRight sebenarnya adalah sebuah gerakan yang coba saya suarakan, sebagai ajakan baik untuk produsen maupun konsumen, akan suatu praktik produksi industri kerajinan yang etis. Brand SukkhaCitta hanyalah suatu kendaraan yang membuat alur komunikasi pesan menjadi lebih mudah."

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