Resort Robe - Vár

(h)A.N.D. Artisan Designer
Size 4-10, Size 10-16


Relax in your hotel room or at home wearing this beautiful handwoven resort robe. Can also be worn as a long cardigan paired with shorts, or jeans and a top. The resort robe has front pockets and a detachable belt, as well as inside ties, to keep the front pieces in place.

Ikat is a traditional dyeing and weaving technique used in many places around the world. In Cambodia, ikat patterns have traditionally been reserved for fine silk fabric, but (h)A.N.D. has made handwoven cotton ikat their signature fabric for accessories and clothing items.


One-size XS-M: Fits US size 4-10. Length: 43.3″

One-size L-XL: Fits US size 10-16 (also size 18 but with less overlap). Length: 45.7″

Material: 100% Handwoven Cotton

Color: Different colors, abstract pattern

Made in Cambodia


Who made the Resort Robe?

(h)A.N.D. Artisan Designer is a Phnom Penh-based fair trade brand, lead by fashion designer Alan James Flux and general manager and co-designer Mr. Pheap. (h)A.N.D. supports disabled and otherwise disadvantaged, but highly trained artisans, including those from minority groups, all working together to create innovative, high-quality pieces, showcasing Cambodian skills and materials. The brand is particularly known for innovative designs and contemporary takes on traditional patterns.

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(h)A.N.D. Artisan Designer in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

(h)A.N.D. is one of the most well-established and highly regarded actors within the fair fashion segment in Cambodia. The brand is known for bold patterns, and innovative designs combining vintage fabric and handwoven, ikat, cotton to yield new, truly unique, pieces. In the shop/workshop on Street 240 in Phnom Penh, general manager Alan J. Flux and co-designer Mr. Pheap oversee the daily operations. (h)A.N.D. employs young people from modest backgrounds, and at the workshop, they acquire valuable skills within the fields of design, sewing, pattern making, and cutting.