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.
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.
Arc’teryx is based in the Coast Mountains of BC. They design a line of apparel, outerwear, and adventure gear.
Audvik winter coats are designed in Montreal.
BEDI makes a line of handmade handbags from upcycled leather aircraft seat covers, regenerated fish nets, cactus leather and upcycled seat belts.
Blue Sky Clothing Co. is an apparel company with many locations throughout British Columbia. They are Canadian owned and operated and their clothing is made in Indonesia and China.
Buttercream Clothing is an apparel line that makes apparel produced in Calgary, Alberta.
Chlorophylle was established in Chicoutimi, a small town in Northern Quebec by a group of adventure enthusiasts. They make high-performance clothing and equipment for outdoor activities for both beginners and experts.
Colori is a Canadian retail company specializing in women's clothing. With 34 stores across Quebec and an online store, Colori's mission is to meet the needs of Canadian women's fashion.
FIG is a versatile and minimalist eco-conscious clothing brand designed in Montreal in the Mile-End, created for the everyday traveler. They have a made-in-canada collection that is made in Ontario and Quebec.
Kanuk makes handcrafted winter coats in their workshop in Montreal.
La Monarch is a fashion line based in Vancouver.
Lights of All is a Canadian sustainable and ethical fashion brand that was founded in Montral in 2017. In July 2019 they moved to Toronto, Ontario.
Lost In Layers is a dedicated slow fashion brand that is focused to partner with local factories in Calgary, Alberta who pay fair living wages to all their employees and ensure safe equitable working conditions.
Matt & Nat was founded in Montreal in 1985 with the idea of focusing on MAT(T)erials and NATure. The brand is based around the core values on social responsibility, excellence, inclusiveness, integrity, authenticity and, of course, love. None of their products use animal based material, and they are continuously seeking new ways to increase their commitment to sustainability, while still producing high-quality and timeless products. They use various recycled materials in their products such as nylons, cardboard, rubber, cork and windshield resins. Their linings have been made solely from recycled plastic bottles since 2007 and they recycle 9 million bottles annually as a result. MATT & NAT collections can now be found in over 800 boutiques across Canada, the United States, the UK, Japan, Germany and Australia.