With winter well and truly on its way we thought you might like some new additions to the Fabrik collection to keep you cosy and warm - from old favourites in new materials to fun and colourful knits!
We have turned our bestselling shape into a new winter favourite by producing the everyday overalls in cotton cord! These overalls come in rust and black, a re-do of a Fabrik classic in a winter fabrication, and are the perfect combination of warmth, comfort and style. Pair these with a brightly patterned tee underneath or match with one of our organic long sleeve tees, some thick socks and gumboots to keep warm this winter!
Our soft blend of bamboo and cotton organic tees are getting some new colours to introduce to your wardrobe with sunshine and tea rose. Each tee is dyed with Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) approved inks and dyes, which are free from chlorine bleach, toxic heavy metals, formaldehyde and aromatic solvents - good for your and our planet! As a basic (and organic) long sleeve tee is essential to any wardrobe, we hope these new colours bring some life into your winter wear.
The Dawn Cardigan in sunshine and floss is certain to add some fun, happy colours to your winter wardrobe. With wooden buttons the front style sweater has a high crew neckline and a cropped, relaxed fit. These have the warmth of a winter knit with a plush and airy feel, made from 100% organic cotton for a cardigan that will wear through the winter months with you.
We can't wait to see these new pieces on you - keeping you warm, colourful and happy knowing they are ethically and sustainably made to last a lifetime.
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From painting beautiful art to raising two wild-eyed girls, Ash Leslie is a woman of many talents. Home to the South Coast, Ash has been a part of the Fabrik family for years, creating beautiful prints for us since we launched our first digitally printed collection in 2020.
Ash has captured our hearts with her story as well as her drive to raise awareness around breast cancer, especially the importance of regular self-checks.