Audre is one of the first models of our Bunchy SS23 collection. It the bushiest and the most distinctive oversized bun scrunchie you’ll ever wear!! Each item is handcrafted mostly from dead stock textiles and fabric scraps sourced & designed in Europe by our creative team.
Given the upcycled nature of these rare gems each piece is unique and quantities of each model are limited. Additionally, as they are all handmade there may be some sporadic imperfections and slight differences in size (please check care & composition below).
Audre is made of upcycled cotton fabric (old tablecloth) and vintage beige cotton crochet lace.
- 4 Layers x 70cm of Upcycled Cotton Fabrics
- 280cm of Beige Vintage Cotton Crochet Lace
- Beige Polyester Sewing Thread
A TRIBUTE TO
Audre Lorde (February 18, 1934 – November 17, 1992) was an American writer, womanist, radical feminist, professor, philosopher and civil rights activist who dedicated both her life and her creative talent to confronting and addressing injustices of racism, sexism, classism, and homophobia.
Recognized for her adept command of technique and her ability to convey profound emotions, she has gained renown as a poet. Her poetic works effectively channel her impassioned reactions, particularly her poems that vehemently articulate her discontent and indignation towards the civil and societal injustices she witnessed over her lifetime. As a performer of spoken word, her presentation has been characterized as potent, melodious, and deeply compelling according to the Poetry Foundation. The themes of her powerful poetry and prose predominantly revolve around matters pertaining to civil rights, feminism, lesbianism, as well as the intricate exploration of black female identity.
Photo credit Everett Collection Historical/CSU Archives/Alamy