As far as Eyes Sees, collaborating with Dian Sastrowardoyo for a special collection at the 2022 Jakarta Fashion Week (JFW) show, Thursday (25/11). The collection is titled "Growing", which also marks the 7th anniversary of As far as the Eyes Sees. "Growing up" is an invitation to care for and love the Earth together by doing small and simple things. This special collection was inspired by everyday activities, such as planting and gardening, which turned out to have many positive benefits. Not only for yourself, these activities can also provide benefits for the environment and the Earth.


Comes with a variety of everyday clothes with bright colors and dominated by white, As far as Eyes Sees provides the silhouettes of several national clothes that are often the source of inspiration and the hallmark of the label.

Designed in a contemporary style, they incorporate minimalist motifs that are synonymous with farming in their collections. For example, with the presence of motifs of various types of vegetables, ranging from carrots, strawberries, peppers, tomatoes, radishes, eggplant, and others.

"In addition to inviting us to love and care for the Earth more, 'Growing' also marks the seventh age As Far as the Eyes Sees, a process towards maturity as well as a reminder of how far we have come, what we have done so far, and what we want to achieve in the future. , "said Founder and Creative Director as far as Eyes See, Chitra Subyakto, in a press statement, Thursday (25/11).

Collaborating with Dian Sastrowardoyo, As far as Eyes Sees as a slow fashion textile label is committed to establishing a circularity business scheme by empowering and making labels more environmentally responsible.

Moreover, considering that Dian is one of the figures who often actively voices social issues, education, and women's empowerment.

Dian herself felt happy to be invited to collaborate with As far as Eyes Sees. He has known since the label was founded. He was also impressed by the work and vision of As far as Eyes See to be responsible for the environment.

"When asked to collaborate, I immediately agreed because this is one of our ways to voice the importance of playing an active role and taking concrete actions to care for the Earth," said Dian.

As a second effort in producing this special collection, they empower communities and expand collaboration, both from villages and cities like the previous collections as far as the eye can see.

Every purchase of the "Grow" collection will also later be donated to the tree planting and forest conservation program in the Leuser ecosystem area of ​​East Aceh.