About Our Products
Raised in Sarawak, part of Malaysian Borneo, we were exposed to the traditional cultural folk art of the indigenous tribes, such as Dayak and Penan, who use their impressive and unique weaving skills to produce handicrafts, such as baskets, mats and bags.
However, because of the tedious nature of work and process, as well as the fact that this art form is slowly lacking popularity, the majority of the tribes, despite having a rich heritage of such skills, have been gradually giving up on their skills.
Impressed and amazed by how beautiful the handwoven products are, we decided to introduce to the world the new products such as tote bags and clutches made of colorful polypropylene packing straps, instead of rattan, which is their traditional raw material.
With this, we hope that more people can appreciate the handicraft. This means a lot to the tribe as it not only helps the tribes to continuously nurture this disappearing art, but it also helps empower the weavers in the impoverished areas by creating more job opportunities for them.
We hope their traditional handicraft, incorporated with vibrant and contemporary color, will be sought after in the modern fashion world.