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Fashion & Accessories. Local designers and fashionistas

Fashion & Accessories. Local designers and fashionistas

 

 “Upbeat, colourful, and vibrant“– These three words that perfectly encapsulate Emilio Barbero and Marbleknot Design S+udio! Emilio is a designer born and raised in Mexico City, trying to make his mark on the world from London, Ontario. His incredible passion for bright and unique style has already brought him a world of success at a young age, but this is only the beginning….

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You will fall in love with a texture and well done details of Suzanne Faris’ waxed canvas handbags, plus add a stylish design and noble shades which make them perfect bags for every day. Another Suzanne’s hit is hand stamped flag pillows. If you ever wanted to add some stylish yet patriotic touch to your living room - these are the best.

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House Of Wannie designs are simple and minimalistic. The last collection is called “Canvas”, a Canvas is a blank slate from which art is made. So each piece of the collection is designed to tell the story of an individual and to reflect each individual's personality. Each piece is the base from which you can mold anything you wish as long as it reflects you.

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Storytelling may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of jewellery, but that is exactly what Wendy Vanderwerff has woven together with Evil & Enchanted. Her love of all things fantasy means that the story behind each piece of jewellery mean as much as the jewellery itself. 

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Brittany and Nick Zwart are the couple behind Z & Bee, a carbon-conscious and eco-friendly duo who make and sell everything from hand-crocheted woolly hats, to home-made honey and jams. While their range of products can seem vast, it is all woven together with a philosophy of up-cycling and avoiding any wastefulness. By studying their bees, they have been inspired to follow in their footsteps, working together with their community by sourcing materials from local independent vendors, and even reaching out to help a charity in Nicaragua.

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