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You can’t cook. You can’t clean. You can’t mix a cocktail. You can’t even tablescape. Congratulations, you’re a Perpetual Guest. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. As a career party crasher, you know it’s weird to show up empty-handed but there are only so many years you can show
Sassy. Sparkly. Stylish. Brevity has been a Fab favorite since its debut. We coveted the custom signature necklace, which turns the wearer’s penmanship into a deeply personal adornment. Turns out we weren’t alone, and now Brevity’s wares are stocked all across the country at fancy pants places like
We’re Fab and we love design. We believe that everyone, everywhere can benefit from beautiful, colorful, and functional products that make you smile. Our mission is to help you discover them.
Our Holiday Shop is stocked with our absolute favorites. We have fun, useful, and clever gifts for everyone from grandma Jules to your
Calling all Sedentary Superstars! Thanksgiving is here—the one day you can gorge yourself into immobility without judgment. All that’s on the agenda is snuggling into the corner of your sectional sofa and watching football for hours on end.
Hold on—how on earth did you get saddled with hosting this year? Is
Take notes from the T-shirt, everyone: It’s old as hell but it knows how to reinvent itself. At Fab, we’re sort of obsessed. But, just like the rest of the general population, we often take the things we love for granted. Aside from being awesome platforms for causes, trends, and
Form and function. These two words tend to be hugely overused in furniture design discourse. But no other phrase so succinctly summarizes the hugely influential design movement known as Danish Modernism.
Wishbone Chair by Hans Wegner, 1949 (Design Within Reach)
Famous for manipulating materials into clean-lined creations that embraced the human form, this style reigned supreme between 1940
Bradford’s shot of beautiful Cape Town
When it comes to finding good design, we’re in it for the long haul. Transatlantic flights, crossing hemispheres, lengthy layovers, epic jet lag—they don’t phase us. True to its name, Fab’s inaugural DesignTrek was a big trip. Chief Design Officer Bradford Shellhammer headed to Cape
As part of our newly launched Design|Trek South Africa event, we’re featuring interviews with some of the participating designers. Here, Meredith Spencer catches up with Gareth Crowden of Babatunde.
The Johannesburg-based fashion brand Babatunde started in 2009 when fashion stylist Gareth Crowden decided to experiment with making
As part of our newly launched Design|Trek South Africa event, we’re featuring interviews with some of the participating designers. Here, Meredith Spencer catches up with Pedersen + Lennard.
Photo courtesy of Remodelista.
One of the most buzzed-about names on the Cape Town design scene is Pedersen + Lennard,
As part of our newly launched Design|Trek South Africa event, we’re featuring interviews with some of the participating designers. Here, Meredith Spencer catches up with Heath Nash.
The work of Cape Town designer Heath Nash is about a lot more than just creating beautiful things. Nash champions a holistic