The weavers of ASPPUK, based in Lombok and West Sumatra, are women victims of violence, disaster victims, female heads of families and migrant workers. Their textiles are woven in traditional ways, dyed with natural dyes from plants. Some feature recycled materials, such as threads from recycled plastic waste. These weavers participate in preserving local culture and through their economic activities, are able to influence women in these rural communities that there are alternatives to travelling abroad as migrant workers. By supporting these weavers through their products, one contributes to culture preservation, the strengthening of the capacity of women at the grassroots and helping to care for the environment. For this collection, ASPPUK is collaborating with designers Merdi Sihombing and Risza Novianty Sao Sao.