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A range of high quality screen printed apparel

All the the garments have been chosen to give a flattering fit and are available in x-small to x-large where possible. Although they've been designed with the dancer in mind, I hope they will appeal to anyone looking for a bit of ballet style.


Most are organic cotton, and all conform to ethical, eco friendly standards, made in factories which adhere to Fair Labor Association guidelines & workplace code of conduct.


Lopokova No. 8

A screen printed reproduction of a beautiful sketch by Dame Laura Knight.


The dancing figure is ballerina Lydia Lopokova of Les Ballet Russes, from a series called 21 Drawings of the Russian Ballet.

Specially licensed from the estate of the artist for Freda Silk.


Dame Laura Knight's Lopokova No. 8

I love Laura Knight's work. Immersing herself in London's theatre and ballet scene of the 1920s, she sketched and painted the colourful characters she befriended, depicting the magic of the stage, and the charm and allure of the ballerina's dressing room. 


Sketching dancers in action, Knight had to work swiftly to capture the split second poses, reducing lines to a minimum yet expressing vital energy. I've chosen this charcoal drawing of Lopokova as it's so full of joy; a beautiful celebration of movement and dance captured in a single drawn image.


The image is specially licensed for Freda Silk, with the blessing and  encouragement of Dame Laura Knight's estate.

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