ANGKASA - Denim Jacket [Limited Edition]
Our iconic Denim Jacket is designed to express your unique story. Crafted from our precious natural dye offcuts, no two is ever the same. Each is designed with a classic workwear detailing. Perfected to wear open as a layering overshirt or buttoned as a light jacket.
- One of a kind. Each dot in the ANGKASA motif is hand-drawn with the impeccable craftsmanship of a master artisan. Our Ibus then sort and arrange your piece by feeling. Once she finds the perfect combination, only then will she manually stitch each panel by hand. Taking months to craft, just for you.
- Made for years, not wears. This timeless piece has a comforting medium-weight feel to the fabric. One try and you'll never want to take it off.
- Naturally breathable. Made with natural fibres and dyes, simply throw over your favorite basics for an effortlessly edgy look. The perfect gift that gives back.
Luxuriously sustainable. Its botanical black took our Ibus 30 dips in our SweetIndigo™. The stars are dyed with our SacredGold ™ Fruits.
Bertram wears All Size, he is 185 cm.
Widika wears All Size, she is 178 cm.
ANGKASA reminds you to follow your North Star. Let the moon, the stars and the sky guide your steps. Follow what makes your heart sing instead of what is expected. Strong in your will, soft in your touch. Each invites you on a journey home, to the Universe within.
HANDWOVEN | Central Java, Indonesia
STITCHED IN | Bali, Indonesia
NATURAL DYE | SweetIndigo™ Leaves & SacredGold™ Fruits (sacred tree of life)
MATERIAL | Handwoven Raw Cotton
BUTTON | Mother-of-pearl from Makassar island, Indonesia
THREADS | Recycled Polyester
PACKAGING | Zero-waste Pouch
We use only traceable natural materials and plant dyes. Grown regeneratively and processed without any chemicals.
12 Families Impacted
Our radical traceability means you know exactly who made your clothes. Providing living wages while sustaining heritage cultures.
1% for Biodiversity
Proceeds fund our reforestation programs, turning degraded soil into abundant forests for communities most in need.