Dahlia Batwing Sweat - Dusty Road
Dahlia Batwing Sweat - Dusty Road
Dahlia Batwing Sweat - Dusty Road
Dahlia Batwing Sweat - Dusty Road
Dahlia Batwing Sweat - Dusty Road
Dahlia Batwing Sweat - Dusty Road
Dahlia Batwing Sweat - Dusty Road
Dahlia Batwing Sweat - Dusty Road
Dahlia Batwing Sweat - Dusty Road
Dahlia Batwing Sweat - Dusty Road
Dahlia Batwing Sweat - Dusty Road
Dahlia Batwing Sweat - Dusty Road

Dahlia Batwing Sweat - Dusty Road

Regular price $219 Sale price $149.00
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The relaxed fit of the Dahlia Batwing Sweat ensures both comfort and versatility, crafted from premium organic cotton French Terry.  It drapes elegantly on the body, in the stunning artwork by Wendy Hubert.

Wendy Hubert is a respected Yindjibarndi elder, cultural custodian, artist and linguist who has lived passionately and supported her Yindjibarndi community for more than 40 years.

The collaboration has been carefully brought to life through the Juluwarlu Art Group, and the licensing agreement has been made using an Arts Law contract, the gold standard for fashion and First Nations collaborations.

DETAILS
Long sleeve oversized batwing sweat, crew neck and length that skims the hip.

COMPOSITION
100% Cotton French Terry

Milani is 181cm tall and wears a size 8

Delicate cold machine wash inside out
Wash in delicates bag with like colours
Do not wring or twist
Do not bleach, soak or rub
Line dry flat in shade 
Warm iron on reverse side
Do not tumble dry
Dry cleanable

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Meet the Makers - Printed Garments

A family run business that began weaving fabrics in 1907 in Delhi, India. Later generations moved into cut and sew fabrics.
Even in their factory format, they hold some of the heritage techniques that we love about India - hand beading, embroidery (both machine and hand), and work with printers who still screen print by hand.
These makers are SEDEX and BSCI compliant - which are both organisations which audit ethical working conditions.
We visit annually, and all footage is from our factory visits there.

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