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Unreal Fur Baarlu Puffer Jacket

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Baarlu is the Gumbaynggirr word for ‘cave’ and the Baarlu Puffer Jacket showcases an exclusive fabric design drawn from Indigenous Australian design duo Miimi & Jiinda’s painting ‘Girrwaa (Community)’. Featuring a contrasting colour palette, confident brushstrokes and arched birthing cave motifs, this beautiful bespoke print is offset by black lining and can be worn in reverse with a black shell and print lining.

Baarlu puffer jacket
Designed by Unreal Fur in collaboration with Miimi & Jiinda
Low waist-length silhouette
High padded neckline
Quilted bodice
Dual front rockets
Reversible outer shell
Main: 100% polyester
Lining: 100% polyester
Filler: 100% recycled polyester
Available in women’s sizes XS, S, M, L, XL

About the brand: Unreal Fur is a family-owned label from Melbourne, Australia, passionate about changing the way people contemplate the relationship between the clothes they wear and the creatures around them. As a leader in the global ethical fashion movement, they create sought-after styles made with quality and longevity in mind.

About the artist: Melissa Greenwood and Lauren Jarrett are founders of the Indigenous Australian arts label Miimi & Jiinda. They are a mother and daughter duo of the Gumbaynggirr mob, located on the beautiful south east coast of Australia.

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 20cm x 15cm x 1 cm


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