fab’rik Denver showcases private collection at Denver Fashion Week
If you’re someone who thinks Coachella is for kids or that bohemian-inspired festival wear won’t suit your grown-up lifestyle, take another look.
Lifestyle Pubs recently caught up with Leslie Clay, owner of fab’rik Denver, who premiered the boutique’s new private collection at Denver Fashion Week 2017. The Spring-Summer line, called Asher by fab’rik and made in the USA, is full of easy-breezy florals and prints, the sweetest overalls and goddess-like head pieces that evoke the Summer of Love. “We partnered with our local jewelry vendor Amanda Harper of Harper Made Jewelry,” said Clay. “She custom-made head pieces and wrist chains for the show.”
Unlike the offerings at many runway fashion shows, these styles are extremely “gettable.” Not only is fab’rik Denver located just up the road at Aspen Grove (no need to head north for inspired wardrobe additions!), all of fab’rik’s pieces are under $100. And the best part? fab’rik is all about giving back.
“For our new line, we’ve partnered with an organization called Project82 in Kenya,” says Leslie. For every Asher by fab’rik piece purchased, a portion of the proceeds go back to Project82 to provide for children left ill and abandoned in Kenya. “We’ve adopted a child named James. He’s adorable – please take a look at our Facebook Facebook.com/FabrikDenver or Instagram for his photo. He’s adorable!
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Clothing I fab’rik Denver I FabrikStyle.com I @fabrikdenver
Stylist I Parrish Skinner
Jewelry I Harper Made
Photography I Gina (Galina) Khrestsov I Galerisa Photography