Basics in classic shapes and sophisticated colours.
Reusable Personal Prevention Masks.
Designed & produced ethically in our very own production studio in Kampot, Cambodia.
Small-batch production runs of limited edition items that pair together to create a seasonless capsule wardrobe.
Trying them on for the first time made me smile because I finally found pants that were comfortable, stylish and sustainable.
Love these! The head strap works much better for me than the ear loops, and the shape is super comfortable. The best masks I've used so far =)
Its my one of my favourite items! It keeps you warm and is very cosy. Very versatile - perfect for the office as well as for wearing at home. Can a 100% recommend.
Fashion Face Cover 3 Pack | Standard
Such good quality! Super comfy =)
The most adorable sweater. Super comfy and super versatile. Can be dressed up and worn out, or used to slouch around the house in. The loose turtleneck is divine. I had to buy a second one because my sister stole it after one day!
I have been tempted to buy a second one because it’s just so comfy. Not only that, I can wear it to Zoom calls and still look put together and professional. At least from the waist up!
They are comfortable, easy to clean and unlike many masks have the elastic going right around the head rather than grabbing the ears.
These masks are my favourites, they are a great fit and very comfortable. Easy to order and quick to receive. Thank you!
I’ve ordered a lot of mask this one has been the most comfortable and the brand I have worn the most.
They fit perfectly and were so comfortable. A little bit long, but that's normal for me as I have short legs
Nicely made from plain fabric with elastic behind neck and head (ideal if you wear hearing aids as I do). Wash and dry easily too.
Great fit, quality fabric, super comfortable!
I'm roughly a size fourteen or sixteen (sometimes even a twelve), about 5'8, with a body type best described as a-brownie-you've-held-in-your-fist-and-slighty-squished. It can be hard to find things that fit Just Right. Something that fits my top half might be nnooowhere near fitting my bottom half, or vice versa, or the top and bottom'll be fine but the waist area will just look Wrong.......
Not so with this dress. To my dear fellow beautifully brownie-bodied humans, this is a Good Dress. Comfy, flattering, versatile (great for Just Chilling, Dancing, or Dressing Up and Feeling Fly). The fabric is so soft, but not in an overly delicate way where it feels like it could rip any second; more in a I-could-run-barefoot-through-a-magical-forest way. Spaghetti-strap type situations are usually an area of caution, as I'll often have to be hitching said straps back up onto my shoulders every twenty seconds, but I am pleased to report this is not the case with this dress: the body of the dress is breezily loose for flying away on the wind from the troubles of this world, but the straps are secure; not at all in a too-tight way, but in a never-worry-about-nipslips-again way. The hem isn't too long (for my height that is), but long enough that I feel like a demigod.
My one critique is less for my sake and more for others who have wider measurements than mine: I bought the X-large, thinking that just the Large would probably fit me fine but figuring better be safe than sorry, better a too-big fit that I could make tighter than a too-small fit that I could do nothing with. And I was right to size up; as I said the X-large fits me perfectly. But in terms of the body size spectrum I am hyper aware that I am very much in the median range; neither am I particularly slight nor am I particularly wide. Just smack-on average, middle-ground, brownie-bodied median (picture a roll of playdoh you've unevenly taken a rollingpin to: sort of a lumpy sexy rectangle). Very much wouldn't consider myself 'Extra Large', unless comparing myself to a row of Bratz dolls. So basically, Dorsu, c'mon man, not everyone's a Bratz doll. The sizing bus shouldn't stop at my body type/size; folks with the thicker strokes should get to experience the glory of this wonderful dress too.
As the circumstances have unfolded we’re experiencing demand for reliable pieces for the work-from-home lifestyle that so many people in our community have moved into.
We collaborate as an entire team, combining design and production priorities.
Our design and sourcing processes are inter-linked. Sometimes we design and then source fabrics we wish to produce in, and other times we discover fabric we love and can create accordingly, quickly.
Meticulously designed for everyday wear, focusing on quality above all else.
You inspire us - our #DorsuCrew! We love talking to you and learning about what you do, what you need, and how clothing fits into your life. Every day, we meet fellow travellers from around the globe, visiting us during their holidays in Kampot. They buy Dorsu for our quality; withstanding weeks or months of adventures. When they return home, they have their go-to essentials for work, weekends, and holidays.
We make our own rules and don't abide by trends, mass consumption or over-production. By investing our time and talent into thoughtful design, we create pieces that will be mainstays in your closet.
Our patterns are made in-house by our Co-Founder and Head of Production & Design, Kunthear. With years of experience and training, she opts for the traditional method of measuring and cutting paper to transform concepts into complete, graded patterns.
Every 8 weeks, we release new collections consisting of 3-4 thoughtfully designed, intentional pieces to be worn with one another and across collections. We use limited edition fabrics, meaning each collection is small-batch, sitting perfectly alongside our year-round Core Collection.
The first step in the cutting process is washing the fabric, to test shrinkage and colour fastness. Our cutting team cut paper patterns from the originals, laying them on the material in a way that minimises wastage. Cutting up to 25 layers at a time, we bundle each piece according to size.
The cut and bundled pieces are then moved into the production room and delegated along the production line. It’s fast and straightforward, ensuring we create consistent end-products.
The sewn products are washed and individually measured against their specifications, checking they’re true-to-size.
The final step in production is ironing and the second check for shrinkage, warping, construction or fabric faults. The final garments are folded, packed and stored for sale. Some are moved directly into our studio store (located at the front of our production space), while others go to our flagship store in Kampot, or sent to Australia for international retail.
All production staff undergo extensive training and skills development to ensure safe, efficient and quality work by all team members. We train all new staff on our internal Human Resources policy, including occupational health & safety procedures, fire safety and evacuation, and child protection. We update and renew training annually, with ongoing instruction on equipment safety and maintenance, as well as the protocols to assess risk and responsibly address incidents in the workplace.
Fair and safe employment is the responsibility of all companies, and we prioritise the physical and emotional well-being of our employees above everything else.
We have two storefronts in Kampot, Cambodia - our Old Market Flagship Store and our Road 33 Production Studio Store. All team members take part in regular training on our new ranges, inclusive of design concept, fabric, fit and styling.
Our Kampot based retail team manage the in-country delivery program, speaking directly with customers to facilitate the order and delivery process.
We ship all online orders from our distribution space in Tasmania, Australia. Our online customer service team work against Australian EST, providing consistent and quality support to our international customers.
We welcome your feedback and are open to answering any questions you may have about sizing, construction, fabric, or our production practices.
We ship all bulk orders from our Road 33 Production Studio in Kampot, Cambodia. Most of the time, these are made-to-order. As a result of having a close-knit team, we can offer a seamless buying experience. Our sales staff speak to our Production Manager, face-to-face so that you can have the most accurate updates on the status of your order.
Our fabric is remnant cotton jersey sourced from independent suppliers in Phnom Penh.
Remnant fabric (also known as "deadstock" or "surplus") is unused and unwanted leftover rolls of cloth in its original condition.
As a result of Cambodia’s pervasive garment manufacturing industry and issues that occur along the fashion industry’s incredibly complex supply chain, vast amounts of fabric are deemed unusable by brands on a daily basis. This waste arises due to reasons such as incorrect or oversupply of cloth, last minute changes in production schedules and the ever-increasing need for brands to be immediately responsive and adaptive to fashion trends.
These fabric leftovers are sold on from brands and factories to a local fabric supply industry, who then sell on through the Cambodian supply chain. We scour the warehouses of our preferred suppliers and purchase rolls of fabric per kilogram. When sourcing for our collections, we buy up to 100 kilograms of a collection colour (like burgundy) and up to 300 kilograms of a core colour (like black and navy).
Due to the nature of sourcing factory remnants, we can't guarantee consistency in the fabric blends. Consequently, we burn-test every fabric we buy to ensure it has very little or no synthetic fibres.
We pre-wash a sample of every new fabric, testing for colour fastness and shrinkage.
We know that using factory remnants has limitations. We know we can’t trace the true origins of our material. But, we are doing what we can, within the context in which we work. Cambodia doesn't have cotton mills or weaving facilities so, we are limited by access. As a small brand, we experience financial barriers of meeting minimum order quantities of suppliers outside of Cambodia and then importing fabric into the country. We are acutely aware of our impact on the local economy, and we choose to place our money where it has the most significant impact.
All Dorsu team members are required to read, understand, sign and abide by our internal human resource policy that is inclusive of: