Lore Clothing Co (by Yarn)

Learn Heal Grow Chiffon Shawl

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Lore Clothing Co is:

  • 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
  • Ethically & sustainably sourced Indigenous art
  • Supports Indigenous employment & training

Constructed in a soft lightweight chiffon, our shawls are perfect for summer. This seasonal accessory drapes beautifully over the shoulders and accentuates your outfit. They are the perfect layering item from day and night. Whether you're heading to the beach or a night out this statement piece will add colour and vibrancy to your outfit.

This year’s NAIDOC theme “Heal Country” calls for us to all continue to seek greater protections for Indigenous lands, waters, sacred sites and cultural heritage. Join us as we come together to recognise and protect First Nations Country and culture.

Style: Shawl
Fabric: 100% Polyester - Light Chiffon
Dimensions: 112cm (W) x 80cm (H)
Washing: Cold hand wash
Story: Learn Heal Grow
Artist: Alicia Close

Our country is a part of us and makes us who we are as a people. Aboriginal people have been blessed with this land by Biami, The Creator.

We are caretakers and custodians of our land treating it with respect and only taking what we need. For thousands of years we cared for country and that country has cared for us, providing food and water to sustain us for many, many generations. Strict lores were in place to ensure the continued plentiful supply of food. Food was shared. The old, very young, sick and disabled were cared for and provided for. Nobody starved.

My country is sea country. Quandamooka country. This painting shows the sea life that can be found there. Quampies (pearl oysters), eugaries (pipis), kinyingarra (oysters), andaccal (mullet) and more...

The line at the bottom right represents the injustices of the past. We will always remember the pains of our ancestors and the intergenerational traumas that still carry on today. I have left the top right of the painting empty. This represents the future that is yet to be written. A future of strength, a great resurgence and better understanding of our culture. That we as a Nation can grow together and learn from one another.

Will leave the warehouse within 1-2 business days.

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11/21/2021
Chris U.
Australia Australia

I love the Shawl and I love the name of it (Heal, Grow, Learn), it has special meaning to me at this time in my life. Thankyou

FB
10/26/2021
Fiona B.
Australia Australia

Great, love how I didn't wait long for it to arrive in the mail and the products I just love,be definitely ordering in future

KH
07/08/2021
Katriona H.
Australia Australia

Stunning artwork. A striking point of conversation

This shawl is beautiful and light and can be worn over a cardi in winter as well! It's a very flattering design and the beautiful artwork draws attention, striking up conversations in the street! :)

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07/06/2021
Albury S.
Australia Australia

Stunning Shawl

Every one loves the colours.

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06/15/2021
Natalie A.
Australia Australia

Deadly

So pretty and made in a flattering way, flows nicely, very nice design not to log for short people either

MEET THE ARTIST

Alicia Close

From the Goenpul clan, Minjerribah

“My art is inspired by my Old people. Keeping their stories alive. Their memory alive. Honouring them. Keeping our culture strong by sharing those stories and old ways through my art so that knowledge continues to be passed down through the generations."

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