Lulu Baily Long Patchwork Kaftan
With a seamstress for a mother and a fashionista older sister, Lulu Baily grew up in bleak 70's South Africa, absorbing the coolest of the era's fashion from treasured Vogue magazines. At this time, floaty floral dresses from Ossie Clark, Bohemian kaftans, gypsy dresses and granny prints were all the rage. In collaboration with Caroline Hickman, Lulu came up with her version of the Boho Kaftan, using upcycled printed cotton lawn, to make soft, sexy, flattering kaftan dresses. Decades of osmosis have resulted in these delightful 70's- infused kaftans.