- 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
- Ethically & sustainably sourced Indigenous art
- Supports Indigenous employment & training
Our classic full length printed fashion leggings are back with 5 new bold and striking designs. Great for a night out or just lounging at home, these colours will add an amazing dynamic to any ensemble you pair it with.
The different shades of colours in the background represent different states; but long before those states came along, we had boundaries of our own. The defined segments represent all the different tribes that existed in Australia, long before colonisation. These tribes made up the nation within itself.
When we talk about this year's NAIDOC theme "Always Was, Always Will Be", we talk about the different tribes, different languages and different clans that exist, and continue to exist today.
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I love them but they are a little tight on the legs. Hopefully a cold wash and a bit of stretching will help x
super comfy great fit!
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MEET THE ARTIST
Charlie Chambers Jnr.
Aboriginal Jarowair man
“When I was young, I would sit with my elders and listen to these Dreamtime stories, but the stories would go in one ear and out the other. It was when I got older that I started to think about these stories and start painting them. The main reason I love painting is to keep the stories that the elders told me about the community alive.”