Designers, such as Michelle Waugh, have had to find creative ways to evolve. Waugh has done what many in her position are doing: personalizing her brand and connecting with her customers in more authentic ways.
Decades before eco-fashion hit the mainstream, artist Charllotte Kwon lived and breathed the ethos of sustainability.
We spoke to some of Canada’s most exciting fashion designers about what they’re wearing while self-isolating, and their tips and tricks to maintaining a sense of normalcy amidst the chaos.
Filled with puff-sleeve blouses and tiered cotton dresses layered over mesh turtlenecks, Faulkner’s charming ready-to-wear collection is an intriguing combination of bold and feminine, romantic and eminently wearable.
These handbags by Canadian designers are the perfect combination of style and functionality; they are adaptable and durable in order to be used as everyday bags with any outfit, and you can wear them while supporting the talent of Canada.
What makes this young label stand out is Coimbra’s commitment to designing androgynous clothes that are fashion-forward and eye-catching, but still eminently wearable for every day.
Designed in Canada and handcrafted in Japan, these specs are a study in elegance, quality, and precision.
The Canadian designer has been creating distinctive accessories for the last 37 years. This March, the first-ever Suzi Roher flagship opens in Toronto.
The Ottawa-born, Toronto-based creative has achieved what many independent designers can only dream of.