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Cherry Cola Bubble Hem Dress

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Description

Made in the Horizon & Pick Up Lines print, our Cherry Cola Bubble Hem Dress features

  • A-line cut
  • puffy bubble hem
  • ankle length
  • open back with cross back straps secured by buttons
  • in-seam pockets
  • a side zip closure 

Style this with your favourite t-shirt and sneakers to make our Cherry Cola Bubble Hem Dress a cute dress out.

About the print

Horizon

Inspired by the work of Fleur Isbell, Horizon is a print that conveys the sense of waves in a horizon view, moving up and down in the sea.

 

Pick Up Lines

This print takes the idea of a horizon line and the traditional stripe pattern and reinterprets it with hand drawn horizontal lines.

Fabric details

Printed on 100% polyester.

Note: Our garments in this print are cut from the same roll of fabric, making each piece different and unique in print placement.

For fabric & garment care, read more here.

Models' Size

Renae is 174 cm tall, UK 8, wearing size S.

Bust - 81 cm
Waist - 70 cm
Hips - 87 cm 

Susanna is 177 cm tall, UK 8, wearing size S.

Bust - 87 cm
Waist - 64 cm
Hips - 91 cm

Size and fit

Not sure which size to get? Try our general size guide!

Cherry Cola Bubble Hem Dress

 

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About the collection
MM.2: NEW HORIZON
MM2 is inspired by the season we are in, settling into a new place which leads us to question our pathways, endpoints and process. That change of viewpoint towards new horizons led to our exploration for MM.2. The starting point for this collection was Fleur Isbell’s work for the D&AD Annual in 2013, titled ‘Global Horizons’. The idea of horizons brings to mind lines- horizontal lines. In this collection, we step away from florals to more abstract prints. The idea of lines and the horizon is explored with multiple mediums, from squeegees to fine watercolour brushwork.