3 Singing Birds started in 2013 out of a pure need to collect local, handmade goods & a desire to find beautifully designed clothing within the small community of Whistler BC.
49th Apparel is a line of consciously crafted sleepwear for men and women, as well as a line of ethically produced small batch womenswear.
60°N 95°W Brand & Co. makes a line of quality fleece and casual-wear that reflects Canada. Their clothing is manufactured in Canada. They feature a Chris Hadfield line of children's clothing to inspire budding astronauts.
A Bronze Age is a contemporary clothing & accessories label redefining timeless silhouettes for a modern lifestyle founded in 2016.
ASOM is a Canadian independently owned small business. Designed for creators, by creators - they make purposeful products for work-from-home. Their main product are wearable duvets.
AVENIR Designs is a family owned, mother-daughter trio creating chic women’s apparel that showcases flattering quality pieces to fit the rhythm of your life.
Abaka is one of the first eco-friendly clothing companies in Quebec.
Absolute Qiviut makes 100% Qiviut-musk ox yarns & knitwear. All of theeir raw musk ox fibre comes from Northern Quebec & the Northwest Territories. They purchase the raw musk ox fibre from the Inuit people & transform it in their mill into beautiful yarns & knitwear.
Alberta Apparel is clothing company in based in Calgary, Alberta. Their clothing lined was established to provide an alternative to the fast fashion meant to represent Alberta that are not made locally, not sourced ethically, and that have little to no story behind them.
Alfred Sung believes in simplicity, consistency and building a wardrobe with items you can wear season after season. Versatile, sophisticated and easy to wear, their products are designed with purpose in Toronto, Canada by second-generation style-maker siblings, Jordin and Tamara Mimran.
Allison Wonderland is designed for a woman’s beautiful everyday life: fun, feminine and chic pieces that truly fit, flatter, and feel good, whether at work, running around town, or celebrating the good times with family and friends.
Born and raised in Newfoundland, Amanda moved to Montreal in 1998 where she was able to study and pursue a career in Fashion Design. In 2018 the design studio relocated to Toronto and produces all garments in small, ethically managed workshops in both Toronto and Montreal, Canada.
Ana + Zac makes quality pima cotton basics designed in Nova Scotia and ethically made in Peru.
Founded in 2018 by Edmontonian, Angie Johnson (formerly Angie Hillaby), Ang Hill is an ethical women’s clothing brand inspired by the power of femininity and the pursuit of passion.
Anise & Dill is a Canadian textiles studio specializing in natural dyeing, slow fashion products, instructional workshops and eco friendly products.
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Make a fashion statement at the beach with these curated swimwear brands from Canada. List includes independent and up-and-coming designers.
Feminine bathing suits made to make people feel confident and look stylish regardless of size, shape or body type. Canadian brands are highlighted.