When launching Fabrik, designer Sarah Hardie had a set of priorities that she was determined to adhere to. “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.”
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 its here that she discovered the ideal manufacturing studio.