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Frank and Dollys
ethical practice,
strong values
& joyful offerings
Frank and Dollys


Our garment and fabric designing all happens in our Bangalow Studio, Australia.

Our Garments are all ethically crafted in  Indonesia, our home away from home, as we feel so strongly connected to its rich culture of textiles, printing and colour.


Lead by our head Tailor and production Manager Jero, we work with up to 20 independent seamstresses in a village south of Ubud at any given time. They work from one Central Studio, or have the option to work from home. All women we know personally, have worked alongside for many years and earn a living wage.


All our fabric designs are completely original and unique, created by our head designer Rachel Cooper.

We source all our own raw fabrics as we are passionate about fabric texture, composition, feel and weight. Our priority is working with natural fibres, and sustainable options, grown and manufactured locally to our Indonesia Studio.

Head to our videos page to watch the process


We use independent, highly skilled artisans throughout Indonesia to create our Iconic fabrics. Each collection is bespoke, and we only print once! This makes each Collection limited edition!

We value the story of our garments and are passionate about traditional printing techniques and producing fabric that embodies the narrative of the creative process.

So when you hold a Frank & Dollys garment understand that you are holding something that has been created by hands, over time with thought and care.

Watch our videos to see them fabric being printed.


When Imported and sent to Customers our garments have zero plastic packaging

We either use cardboard Garment Boxes or HERO Compostable Bags Co for Online orders, which are made from 100% biodegradable and compostable materials.

Our Swing Tags, Paper and Labels are made in Indonesia.


1 percent of all Profits get donated to the Offspring Project

Offspring rescue young women in India from the bondage of Human Trafficking. Their focus is to break the cycle of re-trafficking through four key areas: vocational training, education, emotional support and a safe place to live.


We believe in circular fashion and we can all have a positive effect on our planet by the way we wash, wear and share our garments!

Here’s some tips:

- reducing washing, reduces water usage

- use eco friendly washing powders, in plastic free packaging

- use the sun to dry

- keep your garments longer, and find new ways to wear them

- mend, or repurpose garments

- if you’re finished with a garment, join the F&D buy swap sell page and keep