Including SophieGrace’s RBG Tea.
From a new selection of lounge apparel for SophieGrace’s RBG Tea by The Second Company, you can catch up on Canadian fashion news.
The Second Company of Toronto offers apparel next week
Samantha Wilson II’s brand The Second Company will offer an array of first-to-start unisex, Canadian-made longwear, launched last May with a series of timepasses inspired by the desire to create, the brand of Samantha Wilson II . 2 March. “I have so much time to be creative and think about my designs, and edit them,” Wilson says of the new pieces, including barcode graphic-shaving hoodies, jogger pants, crewneck sweaters, and a new style is. Of beans
This offer enhances the brand’s existing accessory options as well as its core watch collection. For those currently in need of some positive reinforcement, The Second Company has a variety of accessory slogan phone wallpapers that are free of charge. “I just don’t want to sell things,” Wilson explains of the inspirational add-on. “And I want to inspire people in this way, especially to focus on my goals.”
Wilson’s thoughtful community-building commitment extends to another company’s mission, which recently focused on the donation of food to poor Canada. “I love what they do,” she says, highlighting her work in six different areas of need within several countries, including her native Jamaica. “I’ve always wanted to give back to Jamaica, and when I learned about their work, I was like, yes, that’s it. We’re doing it.” Time is of the essence, after all.
Fashion Art is an open call out for designers in Toronto
With two weeks now digitally driven under its belt, Fashion Art Toronto looks forward to a new season showcasing local and international talent. The innovative and inclusive platform has given designers a call to participate in their next event, scheduled for late May / early June. Follow in the footsteps of labels such as L’Uomo Strano, House of Mannon and Eight (I) Three to get your chance by 15 March.
Sophigress made a T-shirt in honor of Ruth Beder Ginsburg
Recently launching a sustainability-focused capsule collection, Calgary-based brand SophieGrace has introduced a T-shirt inspired by the words of the late Supreme Court judge, Ruth Beder Ginsburg. Made in Vancouver and made from the Oco-Tex Standard 100 cotton jersey, the shirt is embellished with RBG’s wise words: “Do something outside of yourself.” And the founder of SophieGrace has taken this idea to heart with the sale of an organization known in Momentum with 20 percent income, an organization that offers economic development resources to people in low income and poverty conditions .
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