Black Red Ridding Jacket
$ 280.00 AUD
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A perfect wool jacket to keep you warm as the temperature starts to drop. Fully lined boxy silhouette with swing design body and hood to keep the winter chill out. With button and press studs fastening. Wearable open or closed, roll the sleeves to the desired length.
The classic styling of these jackets makes them timeless so you can wear them for many winters to come day or night. Made from a beautiful wool fabric they will keep you warm and stylish.
Made from 80% Virgin Wool 20% Polyamide fabric and lined with a soft Rayon fabric. We recommend dry cleaning these jackets.
Model wears size XS (usually wears an AUS 8).
All Lauren and Angie pieces are handmade to the highest quality from our studio with lots of love.
+ Australian designed
+ Australian made
+ Eco-friendly fabrics
+ Social enterprise
Lauren and Angie is designed and made in Geelong, Victoria, Australia.
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.’
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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.