Drummond Bottoms

$75.00 AUD
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Use Code SALE50 for 50% all Interwoven Collection


Our Interwoven Collection is made up of 12 individual pieces. 

Reversible prints with everything sold separately! 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 and tie-up backs! 

Our Interwoven collection will be 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. 



  • Cheeky Bottom Coverage
  • Thin Side Straps 
  • Adjustable Strappy Back with Tye-Up option
  • Removable Breast Cups 
  • 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


Drummond Bottoms


Our Drummond Bottoms are named in honour of the Drummond Sisters who are six inspirational Torres Strait Islander and Aboriginal women.

Their emerging journeys through a range of industries include Florence, co-founder of the Indigenous Women in Mining & Resources Australia (IWIMRA). She co-founded this organisation with her sister, Jessica, to help empower Indigenous women in the mining and resource industry. IWIMRA aspires to lead with clarity and purpose. Working with industry to build solutions-driven, cross-culture influential relationships, that will continue to contribute towards our sustainable future.

Perina, the powerhouse behind Jira Models, is proud to represent First Peoples of Australia in the modelling world, whose talents are driven by their strong cultural connections and their desire to influence and inspire our communities around Australia.

Anna leads the Gab Titui Cultural Centre on sustainable promotion and preservation of Indigenous culture and art for the Torres Strait region.

Dahlia and Carmen also share strong interests in the fashion industry and are passionate on strengthening knowledge and celebrating Indigenous Australian Culture.

As proud young mothers and aunties, they each continue to inspire their own families and communities.