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There’s a new way to shop for cool Canadian brands
Are you all shopped out from sale season yet? If not, may we draw your attention to the the just-released capsule collection by Garmentory? This online indie designer marketplace stocks up-and-coming labels with an artisanal, minimalist slant. Today, Garmentory launched a curated capsule featuring 71 designers and 152 pieces created exclusively for the site. As the company’s co-founder Adele Tetangco is Vancouver-based, the collection features lots of emerging and established Canadian labels. There’s sculptural jewellery by Toronto-based YYY, floaty basics by Vancouver-based Priory and dreamy sleepwear by The Sleep Shirt—and that’s just to name a few. Shop it before it’s gone here and scroll below for our favourites.
Priory dress ($206 USD), at garmentory.com
This loose-fitting dress can be worn so many different ways: on its own with mules and oversized earrings, as a swimsuit cover-up on vacation and with jeans or black trousers in the fall—maybe even with a turtleneck underneath!
Lykke Wullf recycled leather and bamboo bag ($286 USD), at garmentory.com..
This bag by L.A.-based Lykke Wullf hits that sweet spot between vintage-y and modern. The bamboo handle is super on-trend, but the leather body feels more seasonless than the straw bags that are so ubiquitous at the moment.
Tarin Thomas moonstone choker ($158 USD), at garmentory.com.
A delicate yet statement-making necklace that you can wear with your dressiest dress or a worn-in tee? Win. Each piece is handcrafted in New York by Toronto native Kylie Nakao, which makes it feel extra-special.