Inspired to bring the exquisite creation of Indonesian cultural heritage into present-day life, Australian-resided Christine Lafian founded SUKU Home. Growing up here, she collects handmade pieces from local artisans then pair it with her distinctive style, yielding skillfully handcrafted products in forms of bedding and leisurewear. Each of the pieces is created with integrity, symbolizing the brand’s beauty and tranquility.

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This February, SUKU Home is going to hold ‘The Breakfast Club‘ in Jakarta to converge with their customers. The pop-up store will take place in Kopi Kalyan, Senopati from February 4th until 18th. To unwrap the festivity, there will be an opening party this Sunday starting from 11 a.m., enlivened by a music performance by Diskoria. Be sure to swing by, as there will be a free kimono to win. Find out more about the event and also the brand here.

The Breakfast Club, A Pop-Up Store by SUKU Home will Commence This Sunday
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