growing up in her parents hippie surf shop in the 70’s, meant she has always been surrounded by beaches, surf, palm tress and a tonne of incense, which might explain the beachy feels of the commonfolk collective.
fibi has always loved the ritual of burning candles, "I think it can totally transform your mood and set the tone for whatever it is you’re doing, ambiance when with friends, creating calmness after work or restoring your energy when in the bath, so when I say our candles will calm your space and sooth your soul ....I literally mean it. Life is mostly made up of habits and moments,and if you can create calming rituals within your home, space or place, your life will be much more nourishing and it's what I try to achieve daily."
so to take you back a few years ago we asked fibi how, or more importantly why she started the commonfolk collective. "A few years ago, I hit rock bottom after my mum passed away suddenly from cancer. It was some of the toughest times I have had. I did some serious soul searching and began rebuilding who I was, and how I wanted to show up in the world. i created and have used the commonfolk collective to channel my grief and I have become so passionate about creating products that will make you smile, share the love and remind you (and me) to live in the now"
p.s meet fibi's family.... ben, son marli, twins pixie and dusty.