La Vanguardia interviewed the Pérez-Mas sisters, founders of the Babbaki firm, and they talked about what drove them to create the brand and the progression it is having in these two years.
In the interview, Beatriz and Andrea Pérez-Mas commented on the reason why they started, driven by their parents on a family vacation in Greece where they have been vacationing for years they were inspired to create a brand. boho of summer dresses and tunics for women wanting to dress with style and comfort. In the Aegean islands it was also where they looked for the name of their brand, Babbaki, meaning cotton in Greek.
Beatriz, fashion designer, and Andrea, economist, had been clear for a long time that they wanted to mount something together and in the summer of 2019 their first collection saw the light. The garments are all made of cotton in artisan workshops in India, and use natural dyes and Block Print printing, an ancient technique that consists of printing by hand with wooden blocks.
Babbaki sells through its website worldwide with Spain and Italy leading the way, but they have also shipped to the US. USA, Singapore, Latin America. You can also find Babbaki in some multi-brand stores throughout Spain and in its Pop-ups in Barcelona, Madrid and soon Marbella. The sisters in the photo, dressed in their designs, and with some of their star garments.