Each LUSANA piece is cut, sewn and silk-screen printed by hand in Bali, Indonesia.
Every garment is unique, showcasing traditional Indonesian handmade methods of tie-dye, hand-marbling and batch dyeing.
All dyes used are non-toxic and in full compliance with OEKO-TEX® Standard 100. These dyes are tested for harmful substances and adhere to the Responsible Care Principles set out by the Ecological and Toxicological Association of Dyes and Organic Pigment Manufacturers (ETAD).
Print Process Highlights
Gold PradaHand-printed diamonds in gold leaf adorn select LUSANA garments offering a subtle shimmer effect.
Hand Tie DyeLUSANA’s collections feature traditional hand tie dyes, a resist dyeing technique, finished by hand in Bali, Indonesia. No piece is ever the same.
Select LUSANA garments are hand-painted to achieve a desired marble effect. Each garment is unique.
HOW IT'S MADE
SILK SCREEN PRINTING
LUSANA’s hand-woven accessories support the livelihoods of Indonesian craft communities and the preservation of traditional skillsets. Each piece is entirely handmade and can take days or weeks to complete pending on the complexity of the weave.
LUSANA’s accessories line features specialty weaving processes from various communities across Indonesia’s islands of Bali, Java, Lombok and Kalimantan. Each community group we work with offers a specialized craftsmanship entirely unique to their location, culture and traditional ways of life.