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The Dalwood Dress has an asymmetrically draped bodice that is fitted at the waist with a simple skirt that falls to mid-length, a dipped hem and side split.
100% Organic Peace Silk.
Specialist dry cleaner or cold hand wash. Dissolve mild detergent before immersing garment. Do not rub or twist. Do not soak. Do not use bleach. Drip dry away from direct sunlight. Cool iron on the reverse side or use steamer.
Peace Silk or Ahimsa Silk translates to cruelty-free non-violent silk. This means we wait for the silk moths to hatch out of the cocoons before collecting the silk fibres for the fabric, therefore, no moths are harmed in the process. Our silk mill is carbon-neutral using either solar powered or handlooms. We use non-toxic Certified Organic natural dyes and all of our pieces are Certified Fairtrade.
+ Australian designed
+ Eco-friendly fabrics
+ Social enterprise
Brooke Da Cruz is designed in Mount Pleasant, Western Australia and ethically made in the Indian Himalayas.
Learn more about Brooke Da Cruz here.
Each and every label listed online at The Fashion Advocate abides by our community guidelines which state, ‘All workers are paid fair wages, offered safe working conditions and ensured workers’ rights throughout the entire design, sourcing and manufacturing phase, to maximise the benefits to people and communities while minimising the impact on the environment.’
Each and every label listed online at The Fashion Advocate also share at least three of our ten values below.
AUSTRALIAN OR NEW ZEALAND MADE
Handmade in Australia or New Zealand.
AUSTRALIAN OR NEW ZEALAND DESIGNED
Thoughtfully designed in Australia or New Zealand and ethically made globally.
Recycled, vintage or up-cycled fabrics, low-waste processes or minimised offcuts, made to order pieces, or staple transseasonal pieces.
Ethically made by hand with accredited manufacturers or ethical offshore manufacturers. No child labour is involved in the supply chains of any of our designers.
Natural, renewable and biodegradable materials such as cotton, linen, hemp, bamboo, wool, cashmere, modal, silk, Tencel or Lyocell.
Accreditation from Ethical Clothing Australia, Fairtrade, Fairwear, Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), B-Corp, or the Australian Made stamp.
No animal textiles or animal by-products.
Open and honest supply chains from fabrics through to finishes.
Trading to provide people access to employment and training or skills development to help alleviate poverty in regional communities by utilising artisan crafts or traditional techniques.
Fabrics such as RPET or ECONYL, or repurposed dead stock fabrics.