The classic 60’s mod silhouette. Our A-line shift dress features darting at the bust and waist and is finished with a zippered back.
Perfect layered up with a pussy bow blouse or turtleneck. Add a pair of coloured tights for that perfect Carnaby St look.
Print: Kunronj (Freshwater Story)
By Jennifer Wurrkidj
From Babbarra Women’s Centre
Jennifer is a Kuninjku artist from the Kurulk clan whose country lies around the outstation of Mumeka in central Arnhem Land. This image depicts important man-me (food) from freshwater environments on Jennifer’s country and the implements used to gather these items. The kun-karninj or digging stick is used to dig for wayuk (waterlily) roots called burdbarrk, which are eaten fresh from the water or cooked on an open fire. The kun-karninj is also used to find and dig freshwater kormdaw (turtles) that hibernate on the floodplains during the dry season. Various fish species including the bilmu (barramundi), as shown here, are hunted with a spear or trapped inside a woven fish trap. This man-me is carried within kun-madj (dillybags), which are woven with fibres from the pandanus tree, kun-dayarr.
Hand printed in our studio in Leichhardt as a 3 colour print on natural cotton linen (55% linen 45% cotton).
Treat this handmade garment with love and it will love you back! Cold machine wash, drip dry in shade, warm iron. Avoid the tumble dryer and dry cleaner.
Being handmade there may be some print variations, making each garment unique.
Location model Sharna wears size 8 dress
Hand printed and made in Australia.