The story of Wooden Ships is a long one. A husband and wife traveling the world stopped in Bali and never left. In 1992 Wooden Ships was born, producing knitwear in Bali where it continues to be made. The employees are local and benefit from the generosity of their employer. The carbon footprint is important to Wooden Ships, so they only produce pieces once they are ordered. They give to charitable organizations around the world including The Jimmy Fund, the American Heart Association, the Organic Consumers Organization, and WildAid. And, by the way, their knits are unlike any others, sold in countries from the U.S. to Australia.
The Los Angeles-based Hammitt company produces luxury accessories, using European techniques and craftsmanship to create bags that are current, but time-tested. Luxurious suede and leather are coupled with modern design making the bags part of your forever wardrobe. Simply put, your Hammitt bags will be your go-to bags for a long time.
The jewelry from Good Works is beautiful and inspirational, and that's why we are excited to have it in Fabtique. The fact that the company donates 25% of net profits to charities around the world is just the icing on the cake. So Fabtique customers can feel good about looking good when wearing Good Works.