She roams the world in search of the best textiles and craftsmen to create her designs, which she supplies to leading boutiques and popular labels worldwide. Her love of fabrics and design springs from a background of working in fashion.
At twenty-three she took two years out and lived in a nunnery in the Indian Himalayas designing ranges for a culture-preservation project of the Tibetan exile government.
Upon returning to Sydney she launched her own label, which - call it good karma - has enjoyed exponential growth.
She continues to travel extensively throughout India and Europe, meeting up with hand embroiders in Delhi, drawing inspiration from flea markets in Paris and the heartbeat of New York.
Fleur believes that company profit comes after personal integrity and she continues to donate a percentage of profits to charity.