Environmental commitment

It is not a secret that Bali has a problem with rubbish. Unfortunately, Indonesia is currently the second-largest plastic polluter in the world, just a few metric tonnes behind China. They produce about 130,000 tons of plastic and solid waste every day with only half of that reaching landfill sites, according to the Bali-based Rivers, Oceans, Lakes and Ecology (ROLE) Foundation.

This environment disaster is becoming a daily battle for the marine species and very often shows sea life struggling to survive in polluted seas and leaves devastating images.

R.O.L.E Foundation

Like what we did last season, we continue to be a part of the movement against this global problem by supporting the remarkable work of the R.O.L.E Foundation and Bali WISE. Therefore, each time you purchase our items, 5% of the profit will be donated to them.

These organizations protect the environment and empower marginalized women, as a means to develop sustainable communities in Indonesia.

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Thank you to her and the other team members the INDONESIA II Collection is a reality

Thank you to her and the other team members the INDONESIA II Collection is a reality

Fair trade commitment

Ethics in our production and consumption is one of the priorities in our business strategy. At Rame we carefully select our local manufacturers in Bali, Indonesia.

Ethical production means that we do not partnership with any random manufacture. We take ethics really serious, specially in this process. We carefully choose those who provides high quality standards for all their employees by providing a safe and healthy working environment. In this way, we help reducing poverty, creating sustainable communities and minimizing the environmental impact during the production process.


It is a global movement calling for greater transparency, sustainability and ethics in the fashion industry. This fashion revolution wants to unite everyone to radically change the way our clothes are sourced, produced and purchased. The objective is to wear clothes that were made in a clean, safe and fair way. They invite brands to show their supply chain to their consumers stimulating transparency in the fashion industry.

Like us, we invite every consumer to use our voice, because it does make a difference. We need to make this revolution bigger and bolder than ever before. Do not forget to ask brands #WhoMadeMyClothes?

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