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Depth of Scye

Mini Fray Skirt- Black Silk

Mini Fray Skirt- Black Silk

Regular price $348.00 NZD
Regular price Sale price $348.00 NZD
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**Please note, currently only sizes 8, 10 and 14 are ready to ship**

All other sizes are made to order and may take up to 10 working days to ship. Please do not order if you are not prepared to wait

Handmade in Wellington/ Pōneke, New Zealand by Depth of Scye

100% Silk crepe de chine mini skirt with an asymmetrical ruffle detail, and saucy little cut out

Fully lined, concealed side zip fasten

Slightly small fitting, size up if you’re between sizes or very tall

Maia wears size 8 and Levi wears size 14 in this style

Styled on Levi with the Detachable sleeve knit top

Also available in BB exclusive orchid silkBB exclusive red tartan wool, red silk, black denim and black viscose 

♡ ♡ ♡ All Bizarre Bazaar sales are final sales. Please choose carefully, as we do not accept returns. As we work closely with independent designers and most pieces are one of a kind or made to order, it simply isn't viable. Please get in touch if you have any questions, we are more than happy to help you find your perfect piece ♡ ♡ ♡

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Meet the Model: Maia

Maia-te-oho Holman-Wharehoka
Ngäti Haupoto, Ngäti Moeahu, Te Àtiawa, Taranaki, Ngäti Whakaue, Te Arawa.

Your current style influences/ inspirations?

My style has always been a gender bender mix of femme and masc, growing up tomboy and finding my feminine side later in life. I grew up with heavy influences from all facets of music; 70s classic rock, 80s pop, 90s hiphop and RnB, musicians were my first look into the possibilities of fashion.

If I was to pick a favourite designer, it would have to be THE Jean Paul Gaultier. The colours, the textures, the patterns and my obsession with 90s fashion in my teens ultimately led me to JPG Spring '94. OBSESSED. However, I grew up middle-lower class and could only dream to own designer pieces, so I improvised and became obsessed with opshopping. 99% of my wardrobe is secondhand, which, in itself, creates an eclectic collection that showcases the chaos that is my 'style'.