It was when Cloe’s family started traveling to Bali over 15 years ago that her mother Juliana met a local tailor – Erik, a single man living in a small village, with dreams and hopes of one day having a wife and a family, and making a regular income to supply for his family by opening a shop. Juliana began producing clothes with Erik and eventually started selling them to a selection of London stores. Cloe’s parents saw the talent behind Erik’s work and decided to take a chance on him – They helped him open a shop and ultimately, make his dream come true. Erik is now married with four kids and lives in a beautiful two story house.

Inspired by her parents, Cloe could see how special the pieces were her mother produced together with the tailors in Bali. She got her own samples made on the island and left for Marbella. Without previous appointments, she managed to secure 4 stockists in one weekend and, upon coming back to London, got Heidi Klein to take her on. Her mission was simple – timeless designs and the most beautiful silk chiffon fabrics, ethically combined to create simple, classic pieces. Batik began in Bali and by founding Cloe Cassandro, Cloe wanted to keep this dying art alive and supply jobs for the batik men that often have nothing but this skill.

To date, she continues working closely with the Bali tailors on her collections and keeps most of her production on the island of Bali. Her business has grown from one batik man and a tailor to 9 batik men and 22 tailors, who all work from their own homes to look after and care for their children whilst they work.





Their garments are made hand made, hand dyed and hand printed by local Balinese artisans. They provide a fair pay and ethical working conditions to all workers and believe in supporting the local communities.


Their garments are made from silk chiffon and is hand dyed and hand printed.