The Bridgette Skirt Man Kurndalh is wearable art! Gorgeous to wear all year round, whether teaming with sandals in summer or layers in winter.
Named for the 60s starlet Brigette Bardot, this flirty skirt features box pleats, elastic backing and two generous side pockets.
Print Details: Man-Kurndalh by Deborah Wurrkidj from Babbarra Women’s Centre
Deborah Wurrkidj is a Kuninjku artist from the Kurulk clan whose country lies around the outstation of Mumeka in central Arnhem Land.Man-kurndalh (black plum) are a much loved manme (bush food). The edible black berries are good for harvest in the late dry to wet seasons.
“Every wet season time they make black plum. Our family we going out bush and we collecting that bush tucker. Sometimes we collecting and we take home and eat with family, our grand children and grand daughter, family sharing. We eat that fresh one.” – Deborah Wurrkidj
Model: Zekahalia Yibarbuk - Zekahalia is wearing a size S
Available in sizes: XXS to XL
Please refer to final image for size guide.
Fabric: 70% tencel 30% linen.
Treat this handmade garment with love and it will love you back! Cold gentle machine wash, drip dry in shade, warm iron. Avoid the tumble dryer and dry cleaner.
Being handmade there may be some print variations, making each garment unique.
Hand printed and made in Sydney.