Is Sabo Skirt fast fashion?

Recently I interviewed Thessy and Yiota, the founders of fast fashion brand ‘Sabo Skirt’. Hailing from Brisbane, these two best friends have turned what began as a shopping addiction into a burgeoning fashion label with 1.5 million followers on instagram alone.

Where are Sabo Skirt clothes made?

Sabo Skirt started out as a blog created by Thessy and Yiota Kouzoukas in 2010 and has since grown into an Australian online clothing retail store and popular high street fashion brand. Sabo Skirt offers a range of contemporary fashion styles for women and primarily manufactures its clothes in China.

Who is Sabo Skirt manufacturer?

Thessy and Yiota Kouzoukas, who are friends and sisters-in-law, took their passion for shopping to the next level in 2010, when they started a fashion blog. Little did they know that same blog would turn into one of Australia’s most successful online stores…

Is Sabo ethical?

We Have A Strict No Discrimination, No Child Labour, No Precarious Employment And No Bonded Labour Policy Throughout Our Factories. Our factories must also be compliant with the rights of Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining and Ethical Business Behaviour.

When did Sabo skirt start?

Sabo was founded in 2011 by Brisbane-based besties Thessy and Yiota (plot twist: they also happen to be sisters-in-law). The girls started out with a simple fashion-blog-turned-online-store, through which they sold a mix of vintage pieces, local labels as well as their own original designs.

Where is Sabo skirt headquarters?

The SABO label is designed in Australia with our very own design team, down to the unique, exclusive prints and details. We work closely with our international factories to make sure that we bring you the very best quality of items for the best prices that we can achieve for you.

Where do Thessy and yiota live?

Sabo Skirt co-founders Thessy and Yiota Kouzoukas started the business at 81 Kneale Street, Holland Park West – a stunning property that will have a livestreamed open home this weekend.

Who owns pepper mayo?

Georgia Wright
The brain child of Georgia Wright and Huayi Huang, Peppermayo started out as a small eBay store with a Facebook page and 4 years later has become the online fashion boutique babes across Australia go crazy for.