Tsovinar Grandeur Robe
$ 10,999.00 AUD
Luxurious pure duchess silk satin lined with softest cotton towelling drapes the body in wondrous curves to enhance the femininity of the wearer. A band of coral embroidery hand beaded with Delica beads adds an extra touch of opulence to this magnificent robe.
Handmade of pure silk satin with pure cotton towelling lining.
Care: Professional Dryclean only.
Handmade to order. Please allow 14-21 days for delivery. Need it sooner? Email us!
+ Australian designed
+ Australian made
+ Eco-friendly fabrics
+ Social enterprise
+ Ethical Clothing Australia Accreditation
Tatyana Design is designed and made in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
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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.
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.