Raw Silk Miniskirt
$ 219.00 AUD $ 249.00 AUD
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The Raw Silk Miniskirt is a minimalist classic. It features a side zipper and darts along waistline for a flattering fit on all body types.
Outer - 100% raw silk boucle.
Lining - 100% silk.
Designed and made with love in Sydney.
These skirts are made in small production runs in order to minimise waste. If your size is unavailable, please get in touch to join a waiting list.
The raw hem on this garment will continue to fray with wear to a maximum of approximately 2cm. Feel free to leave the frayed edge for a more weathered look, or it can be easily trimmed with a sharp pair of scissors for a cleaner look - this is up to your personal preference. Please get in touch if you have any questions or issues.
+ Australian designed
+ Australian made
+ Eco-friendly fabrics
+ Some vegan pieces
EQUINOX by Annie Hamilton is designed and made in Chippendale, New South Wales, Australia.
Learn more about EQUINOX by Annie Hamilton here.
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AUSTRALIAN OR NEW ZEALAND MADE
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AUSTRALIAN OR NEW ZEALAND DESIGNED
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Recycled, vintage or up-cycled fabrics, low-waste processes or minimised offcuts, made to order pieces, or staple transseasonal pieces.
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Natural, renewable and biodegradable materials such as cotton, linen, hemp, bamboo, wool, cashmere, modal, silk, Tencel or Lyocell.
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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.