Joyce is for the icons! She's for those who love to wear a dress that speaks for itself. Dress her up, dress her down - heels, gumboots, street shoes, sandals... Stockings, leggings, bare legs - it doesn't matter, she'll manage them all! With a fitted bust and chest and a skirt that skims the hips and flares gently out to sit above the knee, she's a statement dress that's easy to wear and easy to love.
Made from organic canvas and printed with earth friendly inks, the Spring Has Spring has a clean white background with bold, freeform flowers and leaves.
Karen is an Artist from regional Victoria. She loves colour and believe that the world needs more of it! After drawing and painting on paper and canvas for years, experimenting with various mediums such as coloured markers, gauche, pastel sticks and fabric paints she turned her hand to digital art. This has has taken her creative practice in a completely new and surprising direction.
Joyce Clague was an outstanding Aboriginal political activist. Born in 1938, she represented her culture from an early age.
She showed her defiance of the “erasure” of Indigenous culture by continuing to use her mother tongue, the Yagal language. She also had a very strong influence on the 1967 Constitutional Referendum.
To ensure the Indigenous community's right to vote, Joyce encouraged many non-Indigenous groups to register and vote for an inclusive society. Her tenacity and bravery advanced the position of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people.
Measurements are in centimetres. These are garment flat lay so we recommend using a similar styled garment of your own to compare. A flat lay measurement means it is only the front or back of the garment, not the measurement the entire way around.