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Partnerships

SukkhaCitta x German Embassy

It's been our privilege and honor to collaborate with the German Embassy Jakarta for a zero-waste gifting project earlier this year. Using offcuts from our running production, we created Zero Waste Starter Sets and Everyday Pouches which the embassy will use as gifts and relational presents for their partners and distinguished guests.

SukkhaCitta x Yo-Yo Ma's Bach Project

The devastating impact of the fast fashion industry is well documented: It is responsible for 10% of all humanity’s carbon emissions and with over 8,000 chemicals used in its production, it’s the second biggest contaminator of our Planet’s fresh water. In Indonesia, the Citarum river is a vivid case: The...

SukkhaCitta x Boston Consulting Group

BCG Indonesia wanted their end of the year gifting to be extra special. They wanted their hardest working partners and associates to feel appreciated - and that's why they turned to us. Together, we created an exclusively handwoven laptop case. Each is wrapped in a personalised zero-waste pouch, naturally dyed...

SukkhaCitta x Mercedes-Benz

We were flattered when Mercedes-Benz got in touch. Mother's Day was coming in Indonesia and the luxurious car brand wanted to reinterpret the Archipelago's heritage. They felt that our values of championing rural development and sustainability highlighted a mutual commitment to innovation while never forgetting our cultural traditions. Together, we...

SukkhaCitta x DBS Treasures

Treasures is DBS Bank Singapore's most premium segment. They came to us to brainstorm on creating a meaningful item that embody the brand's investment attitude: to help their clients feel safe through the noise. Staying true to their heritage as the Development Bank of Singapore ('DBS'), they wanted to beyond...

SukkhaCitta x BEAU Artisan Bakery

Uncompromisingly natural. That's the underlying core value that BEAU strives to achieve with each of their handmade pastries. They wanted true natural dyes, which is why they came to us. While most brands use synthetic hydrosulphite in their Indigo dyeing, they wanted to highlight our stand on using the must...