INLAND pop up shop 2018 Showcases Canadian Fashion
INLAND Pop-up Shop is a biannual (fall and spring), a two-day pop-up that showcases only Canadian fashion designers. The designers come from all over Canada. All of the fashion presented is ethically made or manufactured in Canada. Supporting Canadian design talent is essential to sustain our fashion industry.
Sarah Power started INLAND in 2014, and since then the pop-up has featured over 400 Canadian labels. The mix of curated clothing and accessories for sale means everyone will find something that speaks to their sense of style. What’s very exciting is that one gets a chance to talk to the designers themselves at the pop-up and to ask questions about their designs
At the pop-up, there were so many collections to look at. Clothes (both women and menswear), purses, jewelry, scarves, and sunglasses were all available to purchase. There were mannequins dressed head to toe with items from various designers, to give on an idea how to put it all together.
Designers featured at the INLAND FALL 2018 show were: Amanda Marie, Amanda Moss, Amevie, Anne-Sophie Vallée, Anu Raina, Apogee Goods, Atelier HOTELMOTEL, Atelier SYP, Barcelona Collective, Beton Brut Design, Bread X Circus, Captve, Cat Juniga Jewelry, Cedar and Vine, Dolorus, Eleventh House, Elly Arif, Enamoured, FRÈRE DU NORD, From Rachel, Gament, Hawkly, Hilary MacMillan, House of Knot, House of Suri, Isabelle Kapsaskis, Jennifer Torosian, KAZZ, KB, Klas Squared, Laborde, Le Lou Ula, Lights of All, Louve Montreal, LOVBIRD , Maggie Jayne, Marigold, MayerMan, Nineteen Nighty One, NoPaulagies, Number Sixteen , Okayok, Pursuits, Patricia Wong Jewellery, PAUZE atelier,PRYSM, st. denis, Sarah Sears Jewelry, Selfish swimwear, Simone’s Rose, SLM, Stefano Collection, Tara Rivas, TANYA HEATH, Thief & Bandit, Valerie Dumaine, VUJANE, and Fine & Good.
INLAND FALL 2018 also initiated a new component with the addition of “The Studio.” This space is given complimentary to promising graduates and emerging fashion companies who have come through Toronto Fashion Incubator (TFI), Ryerson Fashion Zone, OCAD University Material Art & Design, Seneca Fashion, or George Brown Fashion programs. It gives these young talents an opportunity for valuable exposure in the Canadian marketplace.pictures also available on Facebook: www.facebook.com/Fashionecsta
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