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Fruché

Daisy Shirt Dress

$400

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  • Insider Notes

    • Drawing inspiration from nature, Fruché’s Daisy Shirt Dress is elegant with a playful twist. From the statement collar and dramatic draping to the subtle cutouts and sparkling crystal embellishments—each element exudes a cool and confident attitude. Expertly crafted from pure wool, notice the sharply precise details that echo traditional tailoring techniques. The sunny yellow hue will work beautifully with neutral accessories.

      - Extra-long sleeves, extended cuffs, concealed back zip fastening, crystal embellishments, asymmetric hem, mid-thigh length
      - Wool
      - Artisanally crafted by female communities in the Delta State
      - Made in Lagos, Nigeria, ships from Nigeria

  • SIZE, FIT & OPACITY

    • Opaque
    • Midweight, non-stretchy fabric
    • Fits true to size
    • Model is wearing a UK 6
  • Shipping & Returns

    • Shipping timelines are subject to the unique nature and craftsmanship of the piece, often in harmony with designers' local artisans. We have partnered with DHL Express to ensure hassle-free global delivery covering 220 countries worldwide, within 3-5 business days of the ship date.

      Industrie Africa accepts returns on regular-priced items that are initiated within 7 days of receipt. For more information, please check where your products are shipping from, and please visit Shipping & Delivery. Unfortunately, exchanges are not possible at this time.

Nigeria

Years before Nigerian designer Frank Aghuno launched his ready-to-wear line Fruché, he’d take his mother’s Ankara head scarves and practice sewing them into revealing outfits. Today, each collection is designed for Aghuno’s modern woman; his work features elegant silhouettes crafted from sumptuous Nigerian fabrics, designed to challenge societal notions of how Nigerian women are expected to dress.


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