- Halter Style Bikini Top
- Front-Twist Detail
- Breast Cups
- Ethical, Sustainable & Eco- Friendly (Using Recycled Plastics Bottles & Recycled Elastine) - 86% Nylon & 14% Elastine
- NOT Reversible
- Print (Baru Print ONLY)
- UV, Chlorine Resistant & Moisture-Wicking
- Soft, Durable & Comfortable
Doris Pilkington Garimara AM, is best known for her powerful 1996 book Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence - a story of three Aboriginal girls, among them Pilkington’s mother, Molly Craig, who escaped from the Moore River Native Settlement in Western Australia and travelled for nine weeks to return to their family. The book was made into an internationally successful film in 2002, directed by Phillip Noyce.
In 1990 Pilkington’s book Caprice: A Stockman’s Daughter the first of the trilogy, won the Queensland Premier’s Literary Awards, Unpublished Indigenous Writer – The David Unaipon Award. She was appointed co-patron of Australia’s State and Federal Sorry Day committee’s Journey of Healing in 2002. In May 2008 she was awarded the $50,000 Red Ochre Award.
We are always looking to expand our knowledge of sustainable and ethical practices. Our specilised fabrics are made from regenerated plastics and we use eco-friendly fabric dyes to bring our hand-drawn prints to life.
All our pieces are reversible, giving you more options and flexibility in what you where and when you wear it.
We specilise in comfortable, reversible swimwear that is unique and practical.
We highlight the achievements of Indigenous Australian women through our swimwear.
Each of our pieces are named after a different ground-breaking Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander woman who has excelled.
Our purpose goes beyond the visual aesthetic. We aim to empower through education, connection and fashion!