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floaty art smocks by eat.me.do

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When was the last time you donned an art smock? We’re willing to bet that you were a little tacker, using thick poster paint, butcher’s paper, clag and tissue paper to create the masterpiece that your mum would later stick to the fridge door.

Lara Ivachev, the talented lady behind EAT.ME.DO, wants to take you back to your childhood with her mini range of one-off art smocks. Each floaty frock is unique, and has been handmade in Melbourne using vintage fabrics. How lovely is that? If you’re in the mood to take a trip down memory lane, then head this-a-way