By Renee Williams, Photo Credit: John Harpring

Molly Senn is the owner of fab’rik Augusta and fab’rik Hilton Head Island. She is married to Mark Senn, a commercial real estate developer with Southeastern Development. Molly has three children: Brant, Chris and Mary and a daughter-in-law, Stephanie. She also has three grandchildren, Kip, 3, Hayes, 19 months and Graham four months. The couple has two pets, Posh and Becks who are Airedale Terriers. As part of her boutique, fab’rik boasts “high style with a heart.” Molly has partnered with the Rape Crisis Center to help raise runds in the area. Every year, Molly helps with LLS Man and Woman of the Year campaign and sponsors a child in Africa through Progect82.

One word you would use to describe yourself: Generous.

If you could have any job, what would you choose? I’m doing it now!

What quality do you most admire the most? Kindness.

Dream vacation? To see the Northern Lights in Finland.

Favorite place to take the kids? Exploring Europe.

If you had a super power, what would it be? Flying, because I don’t like being confined in a plane.

What did you want to be when you grew up? A mom.

Hobbies? Traveling.

Is there an important life lesson you’ve learned? Don’t sweat the small stuff!

What would surprise people about you?  I love going to indie rock music festivals.

Best thing about being a mom? Seeing my children grow up to be happy, compassionate, caring and successful adults.

Hardest part about being a mom?  Letting your children learn from their mistakes.

Favorite indulgence? I drink a lot of TAB.

What was you first job?  Lifeguard.

Whom do you admire the most?  My entire fab’rik family, from corporate to all the women who own fab’rik franchises, the stores managers and the stylist. They go above and beyond to make sure every customer has WOW experience when they shop at fab’rik.

Signature dish?  Mac n cheese.

Greatest hope: A more peaceful world for my grandchildren.

Biggest fear:  Being in enclosed spaces.

What inspires you?  When a customer comes into the store and is having a bad day or not feeling very good about themselves and after we help style her, she leaves the store feeling beautiful and confident.

Song plying in your head:  Rodeo by Futurebirds.

For more info on Fab’rik, visit

This article appears in the May 2018 issue of Augusta Family Magazine.
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