Sabina Savage is an illustrator and print designer who uses her craft to create exquisite scarves and apparel.
Following three years in Paris studying the art of couture, Sabina moved to London to hone her skills. Time spent working in several high-end ateliers taught her the techniques required to branch out alone. Sabina Savage launched her eponymous brand in 2014 and has since grown the label organically.
Each drawing takes between four to six weeks to complete and is drawn in its entirety. This ensures that each corner of every design is unique, offering the wearer versatility and variety when knotting the finished scarf.
Every season Sabina designs a capsule collection of clothing to accompany the scarves. The clothing is intended to enhance and expand each collection story, helping to bring the illustrations to life in a new way. Working with placement print is far more complex and methodical than traditional all-over prints. During the production stages, Sabina’s London workshop hand-cut each pattern piece individually, ensuring the seam prints will align perfectly. This process is laborious and time-consuming, but allows for an exquisite finish.
The brand produces two collections per year, Spring/Summer and Autumn/Winter, and each collection tells a different tale from the last. The collections are all produced between Italy and the UK.