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Kalaya by Veronica Reid Convertible Triangle Top

Kalaya by Veronica Reid Convertible Triangle Top

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This stunning piece is a true work of art, featuring a print by Veronica Reid that is inspired by her ancestors and homeland. The Ninu Swimsuit top is both artistic and functional, perfect for any summer day.
* Multiple ways to tie and style for a personalised look
* Ultra-Soft, Stretchy Fabric with UPF 50+ Protection
* Adjustable Bikini Straps for Tailored Comfort
* Runs large - Choose one size down if you are unsure
* Removable padding for comfort and customisable support

The model is wearing a size XS - Her measurements are: Bust: 82cm Waist: 65cm Hips: 82cm Height: 168cm


♻️ 81% REPREVE recycled polyester (made from your old water bottles or other post-consumer plastics)
♻️ 19% LYCRA XTRA-LIFE (for longer-lasting beachwear)

Please be aware that when purchasing multiple items from Milpali's collection to create a set, there may be slight variations in the prints. This is because each print is derived from original artwork. The unique nature of these artworks means that items with the same print might not match exactly, as they may feature different zoom levels or sections of the painting.


This Item Sizes Large. Choose a size down if in doubt or contact us with your measurements for a perfect fit -


Wash cold before first use.

Rinse after use.

Cold gentle machine wash separately or hand wash with lukewarm water using mild detergent.

Dry in the shade.

Avoid abrasive materials on fabric

Fulfilment and delivery

It takes 2–5 business days to print, cut, sew, inspect and pack your order.

Typical delivery timeframe after packing is 1 week for Europe and USA, and 2 weeks for Australia.

Please refer to estimated delivery date above


Milpali is a no-inventory, no-waste small business, which means that all products are unique and produced only once ordered. This is in line with our mission to minimize waste and avoid our products ending up in landfill. Please work with us and refrain from ordering more products that you intend to keep. 

We offer exchanges for eligible items within 30 days of the date of purchase.

Please note that the cost of shipping the item back to us for an exchange is the customer's responsibility.


We collaborate with ethical production partners in South America and Europe that we personally assessed and vetted for the state of their facilities, the code of conduct they apply, the feedback from employees, and application of fair wages; amongst many other factors.

Based on our research and expertise in manufacturing, crafting garments in the same country where the fabric originates is a more sustainable approach, minimising waste. This holds true when the facilities uphold sustainable manufacturing standards.

For a deeper understanding or any queries, please feel free to reach out.

About wearing art

The artists we collaborate with are excited to share their art more widely through our collections. Most of them reached out to us directly to request a collaboration with us. We have put in place a strong collaborative process to ensure their art is respectfully placed on each garment. Wear it and share it proudly!

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The Original Artwork: Ngayuku Ngura (my country)

The artist has painted their impression of ngayuku ngura (my country). Kapi tjukurla are the water holes represented by circles. By their very nature waterholes also mark sites related to the Creation Ancestors’ journeys across the country; the ‘dreaming tracks’ followed by countless generations of Anangu since. They created landforms and customs to be passed on and maintained over subsequent generations. The sites are linked through inma or ceremony - the singing, dancing and body painting which reveals the laws of nature and provides a blueprint for life and a guiding map of country.
In paintings such as this one, Anangu share, celebrate, and pass on the Tjukurpa and the links it forms with their country and kin.

This painting depicts Veronica's country with the animal and plans and various places. It also hides the story of her great-grandfather as he tries to spear Wanampi who is just about to jump into the splashing water. Above her ancestor, she depicts his Nangkari powers. Her paintings are complex stories in an explosion of colour.

Meet the Artist: Veronica Reid

Veronica is an artist who is part of Maruku Arts, an Aboriginal-owned social enterprise, not-for-profit artists’ collective based at Uluru, NT Australia. They are quite unique as they receive no recurrent funding from Government. Their charter is to PRESERVE, PROTECT and PROMOTE the traditional Culture practiced by the Anangu people who live in Central Australia, and to alleviate poverty through art and cultural education. Maruku has been in operation for 35 years, guided by an Anangu Board.

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