When launching Australian ethical label Fabrik, designer Sarah Hardie had a set of priorities that she was determined to adhere to.
Of course, when launching a fashion label, budget is always at the forefront of the mind. But while Sarah knew that there were cheaper ways of getting her designs manufactured, she chose instead to seek a sustainable studio in Bali. Beyond the tourist hub of Kuta and its nearby beaches is a deeply spiritual country that values art and creativity and it’s here that she discovered the ideal manufacturing studio.
“I wanted to created a beautiful, feminine range of clothes and accessories from a range of natural fibres; cotton, supima, muslin…and I wanted them to be made by a group of seamstresses that were well paid and actually enjoyed their work.”
As well as sourcing the most eco-friendly fabrics available, we are dedicated to printing them using the most natural dyes and eco-friendly practices and our pieces are naturally dyed using indigenous plants to create earthy pigments and dyes.
Our clothes are made with intention, designed to last
Slow fashion is a considered wardrobe that surpasses seasons and trends. Each Fabrik piece is created with consideration of the collections that have come before it and in the hope that our customers will mix and match, treasure and care for the garment so it lasts for many, many years to come.
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