With Balinese people's creativity and aesthetics, it is
no wonder that Bali becomes a fertile ground for industries
like garments and textiles. Starting from batik that originated
from Java, the Balinese evolved a sophisticated textile
and garment production, serving the internal needs of attires
worn to worship as well as the demand of modern society
and industrial countries. After all, it should not be too
surprising, once you have to wear the sarong when you visit
the Besakih Temple, you may want to wear it when you are
lounging back in your home in Europe.
Garment: Animale designs, manufactures, and exports
creative and innovative styles of quality casual wear
Tenun Ikat: the producer of Tenun Ikat, a method
of patterning cloth by tying bunches of thread together
in certain places before the thread is dyed.
Balussie: established in 1985. Initially, the
company dealt with local production such as dyeing and
selling raw Jersey materials for the requirements of garment
exports. The following year, the company expanded its
business through the manufacturing of sportswear.
Corporate Clothing: Since 1967, Mardohar produces
various quality corporate clothing.
Bali Songket: An impressive offering of Balinese
Songket, ancient Geringsing, and other traditional pieces
from Sulawesi, Lombok, and Flores.