Frank and Dollys
The Summer 'Where We've Been' is a collaborative collection by Frank and Dollys with Australian artist Andrea Shaw. The collection has been made in a one-off, limited edition print and won't be recut. Small, sustainable and local - just the way we like it!
This skirt is fun and feminine. Featuring a fully elastic waistband, pockets, and shell buttons down the front. It is fully lined, perfect for dressing up or down, paired with a tee or tank.
Available in lemon and violet. True to size.
Free Aus shipping and Afterpay available.
- Made from 100% cotton (outer and lining) - grown in Indonesia
- Fabric woven, dyed, and printed at one location in Indonesia (keeping the supply chain completely local)
- Water-based inks certified with Oeko-tex Standard 100
- Sewn in Indonesia by Frank and Dollys' small team of tailors, paid ethical, living wages
- XS - 6 to 8, S - 10, M - 12, L - 14, XL - 16
- (XXL - 18-20 - available from Frank and Dollys directly).
Cold gentle-machine or hand wash with like colours.
Do not bleach, soak or tumble dry.
Hang dry in shade when possible.
Warm iron if needed, avoid ironing directly onto print (ie. Turn garment inside out, or use a steamer).
More about Frank & Dollys
As with all of our labels, Frank and Dollys have a beautiful story. Started by the ever-fabulous Joel and Rachel Cooper, currently based in the Byron hinterland, the couple, 3 children in tow, have travelled the world, sitting and creating with their makers. They design slowly, consciously and sell transparently.
They create timeless, colourful prints and versatile designs, meaning it's no surprise they've developed an incredibly loyal following over the years.
Joel and Rachel believe that everyone that touches a Frank and Dollys garment should be empowered in some way from their beautiful and inspiring customers to small, independent fabric makers and dyers. The current collection, beyond the unique artwork, tells a beautiful story of a local supply chain and supporting small growers and tailors. While the cotton farm they've sourced their cotton directly from isn't yet certified organic (wait for it!), it is close to their print house, which does all of the weaving, dying and printing in one place. From there, their tailors (who they found through a chance meeting while travelling through Ubud one day), also based nearby, sew the beautiful pieces. Such a local supply chain, especially when working with cotton, is highly unusual, and has numerous wonderful impacts - it supports small, allows for full traceability and transparency, and reduces the carbon footprint of the garment by reducing travel distances. (Did you know, cotton is often grown in one location, send to another continent for processing and weaving, sent to yet another continent for sewing and then onto its retail destinations?!).
We hope you love this collection as much as we do - it's an honour to have Frank and Dollys back at Slowclothes. xx