MaryAnn Bottoms

$90.00

Our Interwoven Collection is made up of 12 individual pieces. 

Join the Liandra Swim Tribe this Summer and be seen in the hottest reversible swimwear on the beach!  Our fabrics are made from recycled plastic bottles and each design sharing a unique story.

You will have the ultimate beach to brunch wardrobe! We want you to have as much control over your style, fit and comfort as possible which is why we have designed our pieces to allow greater wearer control - this means adjustable straps, tie-up backs and mix-and-match options! 

Our Interwoven collection is available in sizes 6-16

All pieces in our Interwoven Collection are limited edition, once we sell out that means we don't re-order. 

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FREE EXPRESS SHIPPING AUSTRALIA WIDE WHEN YOU SPEND OVER $200.00

  • Mid-Waist
  • Full-Coverage Brief Bottoms
  • Ethical, Sustainable & Eco- Friendly (Using Recycled Plastics Bottles & Recycled Elastine) - 86% Nylon & 14% Elastine
  • Reversible Option
  • Print
  • UV, Chlorine Resistant & Moisture-Wicking 
  • Soft, Durable & Comfortable

    Our Model Wears a Size 8

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MaryAnne Bottoms

MaryAnn Bin-Sallik held both a Masters (1986) degree in Educational Administration and a Doctorate (1989) in Education from Harvard University, USA, she was also the first Indigenous graduate in general nursing from Darwin University (1961).  Among her academic appointments she has been Dean of the College of Indigenous Education and Research at Adelaide's University of South Australia and Dean of Indigenous Research and Education, a university wide position, at Charles Darwin University (formerly Northern Territory University), Darwin. 

In 1989 she published her first book Aboriginal Tertiary Education in Australia, and in 2000 she edited and published through Queensland University Press Aboriginal Women by Degrees, telling the stories of 13 university-educated Aboriginal women.