at Freda Silk
A range of beautiful dance skirts created in collaboration with Jessica Templeton
Drawing on her years of dance training, Jessica has helped to create a collection of skirts which reflect the qualities that she looks for in dance wear.
Aligned with the Freda Silk ethos of producing exquisite skirts made with care and attention, we’ve carefully put together a range which is original, beautiful, practical and diverse.
Photo by Tiia Laukkanen
eco SAB skirts
turning waste into treasured dancewear
ECONYL® is a regenerated nylon yarn, made entirely from ocean and landfill waste, such as industrial plastic, fabric scraps from clothing manufacturing companies, old carpets and fishing nets.
It's such a valuable addition to the Freda Silk collection and something we're proud to offer.
The quality of the fabric is gorgeous - hard to believe it's made from waste!
Drawing on her years of dance training, Jessica has helped to create a collection of skirts which reflect the qualities that she looks for in dance wear. In training and performance it's so important to find a skirt that suits you and makes you feel confident, and each skirt in Jessica at Freda Silk collection is designed with this in mind. Aligned with the Freda Silk ethos of creating exquisite skirts made with care and attention, we’ve carefully put together a range which is original, beautiful, practical and diverse.
We’ve developed the ever popular SAB skirt with a double layer, added a slimline shape in shades of nude to suit all skin tones, and a crossover pull up. You’ll find two beautiful new colours in rehearsal skirt collection, plus a bespoke option for shows and competitions.
Jessica is a beautiful dancer, and her hard work, dedication and humility make her an amazing role model and Freda Silk ambassador. It’s been a delight to work with her.
Jessica has been dancing from the age of five and only started to take it more seriously at around 11 years old. After spending the last three years training at Tring Park School for the Performing Arts she now trains at The Royal Ballet Upper School.
Amongst her dancing achievements, the most recent include the ISTD senior overall winner bursary 2019, The RAD Phyliss Bedell Bursary 2018, The Cecchetti Babara Geoghegan award 2018, winner of the contemporary award and young Ballerina of the year at All-England 2017. After passing her RAD solo seal, she then went on to gain a bronze medal at the RAD Genee international competition in Toronto Canada in 2019.