Fashion is a product of its environment, so it’s unsurprising that when we think of Canadian fashion, most trends cater to the colder seasons or clothes that support outdoor adventure.
Summer is here, and these designers have you covered, from WFH sweats to technical jackets, and (of course) face masks.
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.
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.
The 1981 Collection’s stylish sweats and tees might just be your new WFH uniform.
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.
Over the past few years, making a positive impact through clothing has remained on-trend.
Canada Goose is gradually expanding into new clothing categories, producing knitwear for a range of seasons and climates, with aspirations of becoming a multiseason brand.
“It’s really rewarding to see how much interest there is in Canadian design; it’s really incredible.”