Evelyn Bottoms


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. 



  • High-Waist Full Coverage Brief Bottoms
  • Flattering & Comfortable Waist Band 
  • Reversible
  • 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


 Evelyn Bottoms

Evelyn Ruth Scott AO was an Indigenous Australian social activist and educator. She began working in the Townsville Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advancement League in the 1960s. She was actively involved in campaigning for the 1967 Constitutional Referendum. In 1971, she joined the Federal Council for the Advancement of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders (FCAATSI) executive as a vice-president. She was a leader in the transformation of FCAATSI into an Indigenous-controlled organisation in 1973, with the support of Josie Briggs. 

She was active in the first national women's organisation, the National Aboriginal and Islander Council, formed in the early 1970s. She became Chair of the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation (CAR) in the late 1990s, at a challenging time when the federal government led was cutting reconciliation funding.

Scott was appointed officer of the Order of Australia.