Over 70 Canadian Designers showcase their collections at Made Inland – Fall 2017

Made Inland is a new retail concept which showcases Canadian designers and brands. The two day festival occurs twice a year; spring and fall. This year, the event comprised of 70 designer collections which included apparel as well as accessories. Made Inland is an excellent venue for you to score some unique apparel from local designers that you may not otherwise be aware of. If you’re looking for that one of a kind accessory to complete an outfit or a new look all together, mark your calendar with the date of Made Inland Spring 2018. This event is a great way to support our local talent and purchase quality products that will last. For more information about the event and this year’s designers, please visit www.madeinland.com.

Spare Label is a Toronto Label which has fine-tuned the technique of ‘marbling’. Check out their website as they also offer classes for you to learn how to marble fabric. https://sparelabel.com

Pomp and Ceremony will dress up any suit with their ties, pocket squares, and bow ties. The fabrics are all Liberty of London prints. https://pompandceremony.ca/

Local designer Rachel Sin provides basics that are great for everyday wear or the office. Our favourite was this kissworthy piece with simple flattering lines. https://www.rachelsin.com/

Artist Heather Campell digitally prints her art on to large scarves which will dress up any outfit. https://heathercampbelltextiles.com/

Toronto-based designer Lesley Hampton offers dresses that ‘wow’ for every occasion. http://www.lesleyhampton.com

For your next hat turn to Montreal label Camille Cote https://www.camille-cote.com

Based out of Ottawa, designer Krista Norris creates great scarves in a variety of textiles and shapes. We love her infinity scarves that are easy to throw on and keep you warm from fall to winter. https://kristanorris.com

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