A different post for the link-up today because I haven’t had time to take any outfit photos, mainly because I had a girls’ sleepover at a friend’s house this week to celebrate another friend’s birthday. We had such a laugh, and there was quite a bit of alcohol involved lol! So when I received this email from a brand that piqued my interest, I just thought I would share it with you for the Neverending Style link-up today. I hope you find it as interesting as I do!
Do you find yourself tired of the same fast fashion options that harm both the environment and its workers? Well, I have some exciting news for you! Fashion Art by Ane (FABA Enterprises, Inc.) is a unique and innovative luxury boutique that offers an alternative style option for women of all ages. FABA embraces the slow fashion movement, and it’s dedicated to bringing art in all forms, from paintings to exclusive fashion. Not only does FABA offer a one-of-a-kind wearable art collection, but it also supports sustainable and eco-friendly fashion practices. By choosing FABA, you can dress well while doing your part to protect the planet. In this blog post, we’ll dive deeper into FABA’s mission and explore why wearable art is an excellent alternative to fast fashion.
Launched in 2022 by California-based fine artist Ane Howard, FABA offers original artwork and eco-friendly clothing, all designed and created by the artist. But what sets FABA apart is its commitment to the slow fashion movement.
Fast fashion is responsible for 10% of the world’s carbon footprint and encourages a culture of waste and greed, dumping chemicals and underpaying its workers in often unsafe environments. FABA’s solution is the slow fashion wearable art collection, which emphasizes quality and durability over expediency. Instead of disposable fashion, FABA offers intricate and personalized designs that are sustainably produced, combatting climate change while remaining fashion-forward.
“I launched FABA to sustainably support artists, fashion artisans, and garment workers. Furthermore, FABA serves as a forum to inform the public about the fast fashion danger and the benefits of the slow fashion movement,” says Ane Howard, Artist and CEO of FABA.
So why do fashionistas choose FABA? Eco-conscious consumers are seeking unique and personalized fashion items that reflect their individuality and style. With FABA’s wearable art, you can do just that while also supporting sustainable and eco-friendly fashion practices.
FABA’s mission statement is simple: to offer a sustainable way to dress well, support artists and garment workers, and protect our planet. By choosing FABA, you can feel confident that you’re making a difference while looking and feeling great.
FABA is already receiving national and international recognition as a destination website for exclusive sustainable fashion and art collectors. Join the movement and embrace slow fashion with wearable art from FABA.
Find more information about FABA here or find them on Instagram: fabacollection, Facebook: Fashionable Art by ane and Vimeo Library Fine Art by Ane.
Now let’s get on with the Neverending Style Link-Up (I can’t believe it’s Friday already! Where does the time go?!)…
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Thank you for introducing me to this brand Suzy. It’s the bags that have caught my eye. They’re beautiful. Have a lovely weekend. Your girlie sleepover sounds fun & worth the headache! xx
Thanks Laurie! I hope you’re having a wonderful week!
Big hugs xx
What a cool concept! And I love all of the pieces you’ve shared. Going to take a look. Oh, and your slumber party sounds like so much fun!
Thanks Michelle! Something a bit different for a change (and it was also well timed considering I hadn’t had the chance to take any photos lol)
Big hugs xx
Those are so beautiful! Grace from Graceful Rags painted a dress to make it look like art once. These make me think of that.
Oooh I should visit Grace to check out her art!
Big hugs xx
Boy, I am behind on blog comments! Tough to keep up with it all, IG, videos, blog… Anyhoo, I do much of my shopping on Poshmark, and love secondhand shopping. THis is a great way to get unique pieces that do look like artwork with this company. Thanks for sharing!
Hope you are having a great weekend!
I know what you mean, Jess! I’m so behind too…I haven’t visited many of my pal’s blogs for a while. I’ll be over to yours soon!
Big hugs xx