VAN DER KOOIJ - Dahlia Frill Maxi Dress
Each piece in this collection is finished with a small and delicate, hand embroidered floral motif. As unique as is every flower.
Things you should know;
Made in Silk Cotton
Made in Australia
Plunging V-Neckline Maxi Dress with front neck tie
Elbow length sleeves
Double frill hem
Plant-A-Tree Program- Partnered with Carbon Neutral Australia. For every product created, a tree is planted in the Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor, in Western Australia to help reduce our carbon emissions.
Made In Australia- Van Der Kooij work with some of the best local pattern makers, machinists and manufacturers in Australia. At Van Der Kooij we value everyone who handles our product, working collaboratively on the design, fit and process ensuring that we are only offering our Van Der Kooij customers the highest quality product.
Limited Production - Van Der Kooij only produce limited production runs, each and every garment created is numbered with its production quantity and date. This not only reduces excess stock and wastage but highlights the exclusivity of our products.
Fair & Local Trade- At Van Der Kooij we support as many local businesses as possible sourcing our trims, buttons and printing in Melbourne. VDK currently manufacture 90-95% of our products in Melbourne. Supporting local businesses and the local rag trade is imperative to our company ethos ensuring our products are ethically produced to the highest quality.
Repurposed Fabrics- Repurposed, high quality fabric has been used in this garment, we are choosing to recycle these high-end fabrications from being discarded and repurposing into new garments.
Organic Fibres- Organic fibres have been chosen and used in this garment. Where possible these are fabrics certified through the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), who is the worldwide leading textile processing standard for organic fibres, including ecological and social criteria.
Recycled Materials- All Van Der Kooij swing tickets & note cards on this garment (as well as our publications) are printed on recycled materials through an environmentally friendly local printing company.
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