- 100% Linen
- Inspired by garments worn by European household castle staff employed in service during the 1800's
- This dress of stunning indigo dyed French linen features a wonderful A-line silhouette which extends towards the hem
- Tailored and bias cut, a technique developed in the early 1900's
- The fabric is placed at a 45 degree angle so that the hem flows from the centre to the sides creating a silhouette that exudes lightness as the garment floats and moves effortlessly with the body
- Made from high quality linen made in Normandy in Northern France of incredible texture and body
- With a V-neckline at front and back and a seam at the waist which conceals pockets
- 3/4 length sleeves
- A relaxed and flattering transeasonal dress to wear and enjoy season after season
- The Hallelujah brand labels are attached to each garment with a visible little red embroidered cross stitch at the back neck
- A true slow fashion, heirloom garment of exceptional quality and beauty
- Made in Kyoto, Japan
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Measurements with garment laying flat
Bust 54cm, length from front shoulder point to hem 101cm, length from bottom of V-neck to hem 81cm, sleeve head 21cm, sleeve length 50cm, cuff width 15cm, hem width 166cm
Clothes that belong to life...
Do not end like a passing fad, clothes are not to be consumed. We give them life, wear them with affection, appreciation, generosity and love. Live a simple and respectful life and your clothes will reflect your true nature. Redeem dignity from your silhouette and behaviour.
Halleluja's unique collections are made in Kyoto Japan to order. The designer Yasuhiro Kawasaki creates thoughtful, gentle clothes created to last and reflect the individuals true nature. His beautiful label captures our modern times and traditions, using artisanal fabrications and skilled craftsmanship. High quality linens, cotton voiles and wools are sourced from old manufacturers in Kyoto Japan, France and Belgium. Every garment is designed and constructed with a great deal of care and attention to detail. Mr Kawasaki believes that clothes should be beautiful, resistant, necessary, essential and transcendent.