The Leila Dress is featured in a beautifully soft cotton fabrication, it has a v-neck opening with detail self fabric buttons down the centre front. It also features a balloon sleeve detail with elasticated cuff opening, shirred elasticated waist detailing for added comfort and cinching the waist. A must-have piece for any fashion collection.
Balloon Sleeves with elasticated cuffs
Shirred Elasticated Waist
Self Fabric Buttons
Blue & White Stripe
MAIN: 100% Viscose
LINING: 100% Cotton
Model wears a size 8 and measures: height 181cm, bust 84cm, waist 62cm, hips 90cm.
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Babydoll Juliet Dress Jacaranda Daze
The perfect all rounder dress, light and breezy in summer or layer it with your favourite jacket and tights in winter. Plus it has pockets!
Designed to be over sized XS: Bust 96cm cm | Length 88cm Equivalent to size 8 - 10
XL: Bust 128cm | Length 98cm Equivalent to size 18-20
Tjilkamata Rockhole Hourglass Dress
Scooped neckline on front
Magyar style sleeves
above knee length
Invisible zip on back
Scooped neckline on front
Fabric designed by Alice Nampitjinpa Dixon, Ikuntji Artists, Haasts Bluff NT
Hand screen printed in Sydney
Coral and brown print on charcoal linen
Made in Sydney
Artist: Alice Nampitjinpa Dixon
Alice is a Luritja and Pintupi artist; born in 1943 near Talaalpi: country east of Walungurru on the Western Australia / Northern Territory border. Alice is an established artist who has exhibited widely around Australia and the world. Her late father was one of the original Papunya Tula painters. Prior to painting, Alice worked for many years at the Kintore School teaching the young girls dancing and the traditions of the desert people. Alice remains an active “dancing woman” who travels widely to participate in annual ceremonies and “Women’s Law” meetings. She was a lead singer in the Sydney 2000 Oympics. Alice’s personal Tjukurrpa (Dreaming) is Tjilkamata - the porcupine. Her story is told in bright colours often utilising orange and yellow to mirror the ochres that are used in ceremonial body painting. In her Tjukurrpa story there is often the porcupine scurrying about rock holes and hiding places looking for tucker while nearby the women are themselves hunting, laying in wait for the porcupine
Art story: Tjilkamata Rockhole
This is the story of Tjilkamata - the porcupine man. He is travelling around Talaalpi, West of Kintore and is looking for ants. He digs for them in the ground and creates holes. Meanwhile tracking behind him are women out hunting, hoping to make the porcupine their tucker for the evening. These holes fill with water after the rain and with the morning dew. Over many years they have become rockholes.
This work is the story of Alice’s personal Tjukurrpa (Dreaming) – the porcupine (Tjilkamata). The setting is the rockholes in and around the swamp of Talaalpi in Western Australia.
Art centre: Ikuntji Artists
Ikuntji Artists is located in Haasts Bluff community, which is 230km west of Alice Springs, in the West MacDonnell Ranges. Ikuntji Artists was the first art centre established for women of the Western Desert art movement. Ikuntji Artists has many internationally renowned artists, who are represented in galleries and institutions around the world. Their art is famous for bold colour choice, decisive brush strokes, and rich cultural storytelling.
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Treat me right
Design is printed on linen with quality inks and then heat-set; designs are colourfast. Each metre of fabric is hand-printed and is unique - fabulous variations often occur!
Please treat your wearable art with love and care – we recommend cold hand wash, dry in shade, and reverse iron.
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Mabel Poppy Wrap Mini Dress Persian Red
Meet Mabel. An easy favourite with its flattering wrap shape and delicate front tie. Made from floaty rayon with a deep neckline, the sweetest of ruffle detail and in the richest reds. Made for moments of limerence.