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Erdaine is a Canadian Women's knitwear company.
Erdaine is a Women's knitwear company focusing on providing the busy woman with
the basic essentials and high fashion layering knits using only natural yarns such as extra fine merino wool, silk, linen and pima cotton. All the styles are designed and made in Canada in limited quantities. We wholesale in North America and retail online.
Designer of new & recycled leather bags and vintage picker by trade, Erin Templeton's studio/storefront in Vancouver, BC houses a full collection of both.
erin templeton began making leather accessories in 1999, while studying shoemaking at Cordwainer's College in London, England. she continued to study leatherwork in Australia, and once home in Vancouver, BC, she began concentrating on handbags.
a vintage buyer by trade, erin always found the masses of unloved leather inspiring, as each piece is a reminder of who it once was. all designs are lovingly handmade in-house in recycled leather, imported cowhides, or a selection of exclusive and locally tanned elks and bison.
erin's fascination with the past informs designs that aim to defy trends. she uses minimal hardware and simple, strong construction, which allow people to adjust, change, and make pieces their own. it is her hope that each piece is able to be a life long friend.
Luxury lifestyle goods that are eco-responsible, craftsman produced, and ethically manufactured.
We offer the best locally-made, premium organic fashion basics for babies and kids.
From the beginning, mini mioche has done things differently than most apparel companies. Every piece of mini mioche clothing is made from start to finish in Canada. All of our fabrics are knit from premium GOTS certified organic cotton yarn to our specification in Toronto and are made exclusively for us. The fabrics are then dyed locally using low-impact, non-toxic, re-usable dyes.
We actually know the people who make our clothing. We visit our factories regularly and we know that they are paid a fair wage and are treated well.
SFN is a presentation platform and network for designers who focus on sustainability and transparent production conditions and everybody else interested.
Sustainable Fashion Network is an international presentation platform and also a network for sustainable fashion design. On www.sustainable-fashion-network.com designers and their collections are presented together on one platform. Like this, it becomes way more easy for potential customers who want to buy sustainable pieces to find sustainable designers. On the other hand, the designers can reach a big amount of potential customers – a win-win situation for both sides.
In the category „Network“ on the website, everybody interested in sustainable fashion can exchange ideas, get tips, discuss or ask questions.
The idea for Sustainable Fashion Network developed during my studies of fashion journalism at AMD Berlin and was honored with the Social Responsibility Award.
TapRoot Fibre Lab is devoted to creating long line flax fibre processing equipment on a scale that can generate localized economic growth in rural and smaller communities.
TapRoot Fibre Lab is dedicated to promoting local flax production. We are creating long line flax fibre processing equipment on a scale that can generate localized economic growth in rural and smaller communities. Searching for equipment was difficult and we were not able to find anything that was intended for small scale mechanized processing. In addition to our machinery, we are producing linen products product in Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia. Our fibres are grown in Port Williams Nova Scotia at TapRoot Farms our linen products are made from hand harvested, dew retted flax. Processed using our TapRoot Fibre Lab Breaker and Scutcher and further processed using Belfast Mini Mills Separator and Carding Machines.
Ungalli is a Canadian sustainable clothing company that is fiercely committed to bringing awareness to sustainable fashion while creating a new ethical style standard.
At Ungalli, we are fiercely committed to creating a new style standard. We want to raise awareness of the negative impact the mainstream clothing industry has on people, wildlife and the planet. We think your clothes should express who you are and what you stand for, but never to the detriment of others. This is why Ungalli brings you superior style, quality and design, made with integrity every step of the way.
Inspired by both the beautiful place we grew up in, and the lack of awareness about the flaws in the supply chains of the fashion industry, we launched Ungalli in 2013. After being accepted into an accelerator program, we received an outpouring of support from our community in Northern Ontario. This helped us garner enough attention to win a Top 30 Under 30 award for Sustainabilit
Vespertine offers vintage-inpsired modern classics for women in sizes XS-XXL & 2-14. Selections include clothing, jewelry and accessories. Proudly made in Canada using eco-friendly fabrics.
Sustainable fashion, refined.
Vespertine offers vintage-inpsired modern classics for women in sizes XS-XXL & 2-14.
The new label fills a growing gap in ladies fashion, providing women in their prime with figure-flattering designs in structured fabrics that give them a polished, pulled-together look.
Proudly made in Toronto, Canada using eco-friendly fabrics including hemp, organic cotton, modal, bamboo, recycled fibers and bolt end fabrics.
Vespertine's mission is to support women as they transition and embrace change, and to encourage a shift toward making more sustainable choices.
Wallis Evera is a Canadian eco-fashion brand that makes modern and elegant hemp apparel. All products are manufactured locally (Vancouver, BC) and emphasis is placed on choosing women of diversity as role models for runway and photo campaigns.
Wallis Evera creates elegant and enduring clothing using hemp fabrics. Our styles are understated and the construction is designed for ease and longevity. We carefully select our fabrics for their comfort, shape, and durability. All products are designed, cut and sewn in Vancouver, Canada. Our aim is to make clothes that spark dialogue and inspire change toward a more sustainable future.