The Burmese Tiger Halter Neck dress by Disorder. This dress is very versatile and can be worn in 4 distinctly different styles. You can change the style of the dress just by changing the way you wrap the straps. From a loose fitting A line dress, to a strap dress, to a figure hugging halter neck dress, to a skirt. The fabric is a sheer cotton printed with one of our original paintings, ‘The Burmese Tiger’. The inspiration for the artwork has it origins in our respect for the Tiger and our cultural travels to Asia, in particular Burma. The fabric is lightweight and machine washable cotton . The Burmese-Tiger Halter Neck Dress is designed and handcrafted by our expert team of tailors in our Birmingham, UK studio.
Disorder is a slow fashion brand. This means we don’t compromise our design principles and environmental ideas, when we make our clothing. We are ideologically opposed to fast fashion and its disposable attitude towards clothing. It is important to value the clothing we design and make. We design and make our clothing to last. Disorder doesn’t design clothing to be thrown away. We design and make our clothing to be worn and loved, over and over again.
All of the fabric in Disorder’s fabric range is printed by our expert team in Birmingham, England. We use local suppliers as often as we can, because we believe in reinvesting in our community. We only use water soluble inks, that are certified non toxic and therefore don’t damage the environment. We are always trying to improve the quality and reduce the environmental impact of our designs.
Disorder’s designs are ‘Fashion Forward Future Classic’, with there oriental styling, given a British global twist. This is a very versatile Fashion Forward, Future Classic Garment, that you can wear in so many different ways. Disorder’s take on futuristic Japanese streetwear.
As one Disorder customer once said, “Disorder is about art, just as much as it is about fashion…” We love to create an understated, a simply ‘good looking piece of design’ that has subtly broken every rule in the book ‘look.’ Another customer said that the only way he can describe Disorder the womenswear brand is that it has a ‘post-modernist,’ feel if there was such a thing… We have an underground cult following, although most of our business is through word of mouth and our customers live all over the world, once people discovers us, they prefer to keep us a secret. We hope that you find this site engaging and that to us this is more than just about clothes.