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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!

For inquiries and to learn about our schedule and fees, please email us from the button below.

Please note that in between running SukkhaCitta and our Rumah SukkhaCitta Foundation,

going on field-trips and researching new materials and dyes,

our time for speaking engagements and other collaborations might be limited.

But please do reach out to and tell us about your ideas.

We will do our best to get back to you within 2-3 working days.

  • Press
  • Op-Eds
  • Awards

(With the philosophy of) “a new heritage”, (SukkhaCitta wants) to create something so timeless that you can pass it, so it becomes your heritage.

Through a simple choice like the shirt you choose to wear today, you can change the lives of women and be part of the climate solution.

[SukkhaCitta] revitalizes the hopefulness weaved into what we wear, despite the corroding heritage crafts and climate change caused by consumerism and overdevelopment.

"Sukkha Citta has a mission — 

making fashion sustainable by using green cotton.

Its founders hope to grow the business and start a trend

that could revolutionize how the world looks at clothes."

“Sukkha Citta proves that nature provides many shades.

 "[SukkhaCitta creates] a cycle in which consumers’ purchases benefit the Ibu through education and a living wage earned through the production of sustainable clothing."

 "SukkhaCitta creates social impact by investing in the capacity building of rural craftwomen and ensuring that the women earn a living wage."

“[SukkhaCitta] is giving better job opportunities and a higher income to Indonesia’s artisans, who use only natural dyes and zero waste practices to craft the clothes."

 "A key piece of SukkhaCitta’s mission is environmental: to reduce toxic runoff from dyes that textile makers dump into local waters, [...] working with the artisans to reclaim natural dyes for their designs."

"[SukkhaCitta's craft schools] houses Ibus to create masterpieces [...] sustaining local craftspeople and the earth."

“SukkhaCitta works to end the exploitation of indigenous women in the global fashion supply chain - through education and transparency.”

“[SukkhaCitta] asks consumers to partake in solving socioenvironmental issues [...] ending the exploitation of women garment artisans."

"SukkhaCitta pioneered a new transparency standard: #MadeRight — a promise that any fabric sold 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."

"[SukkhaCitta] explores villages, researching

possibilities to make meaningful clothes."

"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 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."

“By providing direct capacity building and access to the urban market for rural artisans, SukkhaCitta empowers women to earn a living using their talent in craft with the aim of lifting them out of poverty.”


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Healing Mother Earth,

Healing Ourselves