Endangered Skirt - SAMPLE
This sample was made to try out the style & print and has only been worn on shoot - it's the exact garment you see in these product photos!
The life and soul of a party, this asymmetric cut combines perfectly with a mix print in this statement skirt. Dress down with a t-shirt & trainers or pair with heels for a special occasion to take on the world. The print highlights the 10 most endangered species affected by Climate Change. Each one is shown in their changing habitat - the very reason their existence is under threat. From the tigers fighting flooded homeland to the bees out of sync with the seasons, this print shows how these seemingly 'small' temperature changes are causing severe, irreversible issues. How about that for a conversation starter.
All our garments come with a dinky minizine explaining the issue within the print, its importance and what you can do to help. This means the next time someone compliments you on what you are wearing, you have more to say than just 'thanks'. 10% of our profits go back to a charity that works with that issue you’re wearing, in this case Friends of the Earth.
Sizing: To avoid excess manufacturing and wastage we offer our garments in two sizes, XS/S (6, 8, 10) and M/L (12, 14, 16). The way the garments have been designed utilises the width of the fabric as well as fitting perfectly to the body, working with the flowing nature of the fabric. This allows the garments to be more versatile and adapt to your lifestyle. Print placement will vary by garment due to the size of the repeat, and to ensure we make the most out of the fabric. Emily is 5ft 7" & wears an XS/S.
Material: Silk Tencel. 32% Silk, 68% Tencel (regenerated, sustainably grown wood cellulose). This Fabric looks and feels like 100% Silk. Washing Instructions: Beautifully light, hand wash and hang dry. Printed in Gloucestershire, handmade in London supporting small local businesses. All our packaging is recyclable and biodegradable.
Want to find out more about the issue behind the print, read up about Endangered Species most impacted here.