On the islands of Indonesia, ibu (ébu) is a woman of respect.
It is also a collection of luxurious garments handmade by women artisans around the world. As they spin, dye, weave their stories in cloth, ibu artisans craft more than beauty; they craft their own independance.
They educate their children. They lead communities. They change futures.
Robed in ibu, you belong to this story. You stand taller. You wrap yourself in artistry and grace. You join a wold-wide web of women on the move, rising into self-created lives.
Be an ibu. Wear the change.
In East India, women layer their old cotton saris and other orphaned patches of cloth six deep, and then sew a running stitch through the layers in rows that looks like your grandmother’s quilt. Only slimmer. More like something you want to wear, rather than take to bed. The perfect (recycled) comfort cloth.