A.N.D. Artisan Designer
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Bali-style dress with wide butterfly sleeves and ties in the front. An extra set of inner ties makes sure that the dress stays in place. Wear it open and use it as a beach robe, or wear it closed and pair it with heels for a night out. The fabric is shiny black polyester with pink flower print, which gives this Bali dress a slightly more kimono-like look than the other Bali dresses in the collection.
Length (shoulder to hemline): XS: 36.2″, S: 37″, M: 37.8″, L: 38.6″, XL: 39.4″, XXL: 40.2″
Material: Upcycled polyester
Made in Cambodia
A.N.D. Artisan Designer is a Phnom Penh-based fair trade brand, lead by fashion designer Alan James Flux and co-designer/general manager Mr. Pheap. A.N.D. supports disabled and otherwise disadvantaged, but highly trained artisans, including those from minority groups, all working together to create innovative, high-quality pieces showcasing Cambodian skills and materials. The brand is particularly known for innovative designs and contemporary takes on traditional patterns.
Sometimes the garment factories order too much fabric, or a design gets cancelled resulting in piles of leftover fabric. Traditionally, this leftover fabric ended up in landfills, but nowadays, you can find it at the local markets around Phnom Penh. By using this material to make new items such as the hair bows, we prevent beautiful material from going to waste while at the same time contributing to a more sustainable garment production.