This bomber jacket by designer Hillary MacMillan is at the top of our wish lists.
House of Suri
This Toronto label describes itself as a mix of practicality and play—and that's an apt description for the asymmetrical hems and uneven pleats that appear on the quirky (but meticulously) tailored clothes.
Camille Côté hats are pretty genius. The back of her felted toppers are flat, like a baseball cap, so you can wear them while leaning back against a seat of a car or plane. And some even feature removable bows. Cute!
This Montreal-based jewellery brand crafts minimal earrings, necklaces and bracelets with an industrial feel. The mix of gold and silver feels effortless.
Amanda Moss is a Montreal designer who makes essential basics ethically in Canada. If you’re looking for fall layering pieces, this line is it.
The name of this brand means "blanket" in Russian. It's a fitting name considering it was born out of a desire to create clothing that doesn't sacrifice style for comfort.
Pedram Karimi creates directional, androgynous clothing that’s wearable and statement-making in equal measure.
We’re always on the lookout for the next small-batch lingerie brand. Lorette Lingerie’s styles are delicate, a little retro and totally empowering.
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