About me

Fashion gives me the power to feel confident and a way to express myself in various ways. One of my most beautiful memories from my childhood was playing dress-up in my mum’s closet - wearing, mixing, and matching all of her beautiful items. Whenever I wasn’t dressing-up, I was designing outfits in the TOPmodel books. That’s where the initial love for fashion grew.

As I got older, I gained more interest I got in social issues involving people throughout all layers of society. That’s when I founded Closet Gift, where we upcycle clothes for people who are in need of positivity and warmth. To be able to give back that strength and confidence that I get from fashion, to women who are dealing with domestic violence - is something that is more valuable than anything else in this world.

Today my focus has shifted to the design of beautiful clothes that help women to express themselves confidently. While keeping the world in mind, using high-quality and durable fabrics and garments.

I chose to have all of our items handmade on Bali, a decision I made because my grandmother is Indonesian - so I’ve always felt a strong connection to the Balinese culture and people. I feel very lucky to be here and work together with all of the talented women responsible for crafting this beautiful collection.



Wearth was found with a particular interest and commitment to helping women express themselves and their femininity confidently. Wearth is a combination of ‘women' and ‘earth’, with a wink to ‘worth'. In addition, Wearth focuses on caring for the world, each other and ourselves. At Wearth sustainability is a very important aspect we bear in mind with every decision that is made. We want to create garments with a timeless design that will never go out of style, in high-quality fabrics that are durable. Considering we’re no fan of fast-fashion, we celebrate an ‘all seasons’ approach. Combined with a 'treat me well and I’l last a lifetime’ approach for the quality of the items.

Our love for bright and vibrant colours, luxurious fabrics and a flattering silhouette is reflected throughout the entire collection constantly. Each piece can be mixed and matched with the other pieces, thus creating different looks with the same items over and over again.


How and where our items are crafted and produced matters a lot and we measure sustainability based on the criteria below:

  1. The sustainability of the garments

  2. How ethically it’s been produced
    At Wearth everything is handmade in conditions that are checked and verified by us, to ensure that the items are produced in an environment where respect is valued.
  3. Slow fashion and durability
    Wearth focuses on small collections with of high- and durable quality
  4. Cruelty-Free Fashion
    All our items are made from cruelty-free sources, no animals are harmed in the process or.
  5. Multi wear items
    All our items can be worn in different ways, maintaining our statement on slow fashion
  6. The sustainability of the packing materials                               The only garment bags we use are ComPOLY bags! Made from corn starch.Yip, when you’ve finished using me, just put me in with your food scraps and garden waste, and before you know it, worms will be eating me for breakfast.
  7. No overconsumption
    We use the same colours in all the designs, so you can buy one item and mix and match to create new looks.
  8. Reduced carbon footprint
    We ship by boats instead of airway to reduce our carbon footprint.