Each bathing suit style is Cow there’s a black sheep in every family in my family it was me shirt. named after an indigenous woman Gaykamangu finds particularly inspiring, including doctors, painters, and actors. The Jirra top and bottom, for example, is named after the Yorta Yorta-Wiradjuri woman Jirra Lulla Harvey. “She runs her own communications business,” says Gaykamangu. “She is somebody that I think is a positive role model not just for indigenous girls, but for everyone.” When customers purchase a piece, they receive a card informing them of the women who inspired it. “There is some really groundbreaking work that indigenous women are doing, not just in remote communities, but in our inner cities, she says. I didn’t think that there was enough light being shed on that.
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