We're pretty sure Florence was designed for every occasion! Made in a luscious jersey cotton but with a pleated swing skirt, she's so very comfortable and so very fabulous...
A simple round neckline and fitted bodice, she flares at the waist, with belt loops to let you bring that waistline to the fore if you wish. She has two pockets hidden in her skirt that is made for twirling. Finishing above the knee, she can be worn just as she is or paired with tights.
Made to be wonderfully wearable all the time!
Emma Stenhouse is on her journey towards belonging and becoming connected with her Ngarrindjeri heritage. Her work is predominantly inspired by nature, connection to country using elements of contemporary art and traditional Iconography. A multifaceted creative, she explores diverse practices. Each piece is braided with learning, exchange between artist and viewer, a continuation of culture - a platform for cross cultural exchange. An experienced early childhood educator, Emma imparts her knowledge of culture, implementing programming including traditional indigenous creative practices guided by Gunditjmara elders. A gatherer and sharer of knowledge, she uses this to guide her own journey. She builds capacity for others to learn and develop their own connections.
Florence Nightingale, a.k.a. Lady with the Lamp, was a British nurse who is credited as the founder of modern-day nursing. During the Crimean War, she tended to the wounded for hours on end, even during the night, which earned her her nickname. In 1860, she opened the first science-based nursing school in London.