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Aurelie x Magalie for LOA

I had the opportunity to work with Magalie Massey and Aurelie Sanhaji recently, I met both of them through the Bienséance magazine. Aurelie is wearing the Ballet Top with the Every Tank and Layering Pant For her second outfit, Aurelie chose the Slip Dress (now sold out), the Robe Coat and the Skyglow Tuque.

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New Hand Dyed Sarong

I played with some dyes this week and made two one of a kind sarongs!The prints are pretty random and rorschach inspired so the designs are mirror at the center.

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La Braderie Recap!

This past weekend I was in Quebec city for La Braderie de la Mode Québécoise!  I love meeting you all in person, it's such a priceless experience! I am thinking of doing a mini pop-up so that some of you Montrealers who could not make it to Quebec city can access the sale! I will keep you updated with where and when! :)

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BREAKING NEWS! Find us at La Braderie in Quebec City!

This season will be our first time attending La Braderie de la Mode Québécoise!The Montreal dates were full but we were able to grab a spot at the one in Québéc City!If you are not familiar with La Braderie events, it's a huge discount shopping event around Quebec. AllQuébécois designers and brands selling their stock at a minimum of 50% off and up to 90% off!! I will be bringing the items I have left from SS17, FW17 and SS18! So if you live near QC city or want to have a little road trip make your way over for the weekend...

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A Closer Look : Cover Vest

This season, I reworked one of our SS17 Best Sellers; Cover Vest! The original version was a Maxi and it was in a grey midweight canvas. This season, it's just below the knee and in a lighter and softer canvas.The Cover Vest is made from a 55% Hemp, 45% Organic Cotton Blend. I've mentioned why I love this blend before; Hemp and Organic Cotton are pretty similar in their properties, they have great absorbency. However, Hemp takes much less water (and no pesticides - but organic cotton doesn't use them anyway - unlike conventional cotton) So having Hemp take up...

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