Sejauh Logo  which means as far as your eyes can see, inspired by the richness of Indonesian culture, food, nature and many other things. Our line of materials range from cotton, linen and Tencel.
We are also using recycled textiles made from pre and post consumer waste that are processed into new materials, pushing towards circularity and protecting ancient and endangered forests. We do not use leather or fur in our products to protect the animals.

We are not perfect and we are still learning but we try to be as responsible as we can.


Sejauh Kita


Introducing the Sejauh Kita commitment to plant, protect and restore trees around Indonesia to help save our environment.

Trees are vital to us and our planet.

We depend on them for the air that we breathe. They remove carbon from the atmosphere and store it. Reducing carbon is crucial in order to mitigate the effects of climate change. After oceans, forests are the largest storehouses of carbon in the world. Trees and plants are a natural solution to the climate crisis.

About ‘Sejauh Kita’

The aim of the fund is to support grassroots NGOs around Indonesia working on tree planting and conservation, with the goal to plant, protect and restore  trees to help save our environment. This will be donated through collaborative partnerships with several organizations around the world, working to protect existing trees and plant new ones both on land and within vital coastal ecosystems.

Plant, Protect, Restore

For each Sejauh apparel purchased, part of the proceeds will be donated to supporting a few organizations – more of them will be onboarded over the next few months, with the aim to amplify the impact of the fund on a global scale while supporting local communities in vulnerable areas.

1 Sejauh apparel purchased = 1 tree planted, protected or restored.


Our partners and collaborators are important in helping us fulfil our mission. Here are the NGOs, brands and industry organisations that we work with to create beautiful, modern fashion that’s fit for the future.

Canopy — an award-winning environmental not-for-profit organisation dedicated to protecting the world’s forests, species and climate. We work with Canopy in committing to protect forests through our paper, packaging and fabrics choices. click

HAkA – Forest, Nature and Environment of Aceh. The founder, Farwiza Farhan, is an award-winning Forest Conservationist taking the fight against illegal palm oil plantations and unsustainable exploitation of the unique Indonesian rainforest and its wildlife. click

EcoTouch – was founded in 2021, this company focuses on recycling textile waste (pre and post consumer waste). They develop products that offer high quality and eco friendly alternatives. EcoTouch company’s core pillars are to educate, collect and create. They believe that with continued learning, innovation,and passion, the textile waste problem will have a better solution in the future. click

TENCEL™ Lyocell fibers – have a commendable reputation for their responsible sourcing of raw material from sustainably managed forests. Their closed-loop production process transforms wood pulp into cellulosic fibers with high resource efficiency and low environmental impact. TENCEL™ fibers is gentle on the skin, breathable, retains colour, and manages moisture to repel unfavourable bacterial growth. It is made of cellulose, a natural component of our renewable source material wood. A characteristic of cellulose is its biodegradability: At the end of their life cycle, TENCEL™ fibers can re-enter the ecosystem, preparing the ground on which new plants grow. click

Pable – a responsible textile waste processing company. This company was founded in 2020 in Surabaya by Aryenda Atma, Founder & Creative Director of Pable, who believes that her company’s presence is able to offer a new alternative in producing and consuming a product. One way is to adopt the circular economy concept, by making it Pable’s mission through #wearecircular. click

Gerakan Indonesia Diet Kantong Plastik – a national association with a mission to invite people to be wiser in using plastic bags. Diet has the meaning “wise in consuming”. This campaign aims to reduce the excessive use of plastic bags. click

Divers Clean Action – An Indonesian youth NGO and Community focusing marine debris issues. DCA has been partnering in doing research with some universities. On the other hand, DCA also implements environmental collaborating program with diving institutions, take role as facilitator for coastal community development and does various campaigns and trainings. click

Waterhouse Project – NGO with a mission to provide access to clean water across remote areas in Indonesia.

Yayasan Dian sastrowardoyo – established in 2009, Yayasan DianSastrowardoyo aims to give positive contribution towards the education, female empowerment, and Indonesian culture. click

BGBJ.org – translates to “The Seeds of Bantar Gebang”. Every day, 6000 tonnes of Jakarta’s rubbish is dumped at Bantar Gebang landfill. BGBJ serves the families who make a small income from salvaging valuable materials from this waste, such as plastic, paper, metals, glass, and waste. BGBJ is a unique community asset functioning as both a hostel and a hub, a place that serves both visitors and the local community. click

Wecare.id – a website built specifically to gather fund for patients that have limited financial fund, lives in a remote hard to reach area, and have not registered to be a participant of BPJS or whose membership is no longer active. WeCare.id believes that each individual in Indonesia deserves the equal amount of healthcare received. click

Teman Gajah Tulus – A campaign initiated by Tulus, a well known Indonesian musician, raising awareness and donations on GPS tags for the endangered Sumatran Elephant. click