To celebrate our launch with BAINA our Directors Jacki Bresic and Martin Andrews take us behind the scenes with the designers, owners Bailey Meredith and Anna Fahey. Read on to hear from the wonderfully creative, incredibly hardworking designers behind their brand.
Tanesya / Tin / Tinny has been with FABRIC since the beginning (over 20 years!). Tin is FABRIC's style icon! We love her mirror selfies, attention to detail (particularly when it comes to treats time), & when she gets the hip hop pumping in store!
Following 12 years at Acne Studios, and after shifting to the helm of HOPE in 2017 as Head of Design, it only took one year for Frida Bard to win ELLE Designer of The Year. Having just received our new SS21 delivery from the Swedish brand, here we explore some of our favourite designer’s thoughts behind her work, cultivating a contemporary and progressive brand whose passion for diversity, creativity and self expression is so evident.
The enduring fashion philosophy of Margaret Howell has always been central to the brand's success and appeal. This year, the British brand celebrates 50 years in design, from postwar austerity and men's shirt for women, to becoming a British national treasure.
If you’ve ever pondered “how would my favourite Our Legacy silhouette look made out of deadstock Stüssy fabric, or vice-versa?” then the perfect collaboration is headed your way somewhere on the internet soon.
You heard it here - horror movies may reduce anxiety. The amygdala in the brain detects emotions of fear and prepares us for frightening events, while our conscious perception regonises that these alarming events are not real. This suggests that vicariously experiencing negative emotions in a controlled environment may be useful for managing anxiety. Sort of like exposure therapy! With that in mind, welcome to our top 5 Horror Movie picks.
Organically grown cotton, vintage looms and one of a kind products are the embodiment of designer, Niime Tamaki’s brand. In 2006 the brand “Tamaki Niime” was established in Nishiwaki, Japan. This region is well known for the traditional Banshu-Ori technique that dates back to 1972. This technique is a singular process of dyeing, weaving and sewing the product.