Daun merah


Balinese batik began to exist around 1970 which was initiated by Pande Ketut Krisna at Banjar Tegeha, Batubulan Village, Sukawati Gianyar, Bali. At the beginning of the process, he used the technique of stamp batik with the help of looms that were still manual. This pattern displays a more intricate design of leaves and vines.


  • Crafted from upcycled + recycled waste materials

  • Bendable brims recycled from salvaged HDPE plastic buckets

  • Base of hat composed of deadstock GOTS-certified organic cotton twill

  • Top-button made out of recycled metal scraps

  • Logo patch made from upcycled leather offcuts

  • Batik offcuts from designer batik brand Danar Hadi

  • Adjustable strap with embossed metal buckle 

  • Handmade by artisans in Cigondewah, Indonesia

  • One-size fits most