June 12, 2020 6 min read
We are so proud to be a Canadian-made brand, and we’re not the only ones! We wanted to showcase some of the other Canadian-made brands we think you’ll love, so we put together a list of 15 brands across various industries for you to check out!
PLUS, eight of the brands listed below will be participating in our Made in Canada Virtual Pop-Up Series over on our Instagram from Saturday, June 13th to Saturday, June 20th.
For this virtual pop-up, we’ll be speaking with a different brand founder each day at 4PM EST via Instagram Live. We’ll chat with each founder about their story, brand, creative process, and even have them show you some of their pieces/products. We will also be running daily giveaways with each brand as well!
We’re so thrilled to support and learn about other Canadian-made brands, and be able to bring our communities together (virtually) during this time!
Mayana Genevière® is a high luxe, intimate apparel line designed to celebrate and support the journey of womanhood. Initially created to bridge the gap between fashion lingerie and maternity undergarments (with a focus on the restoration required during postnatal recovery), this innovative intimate apparel brand has evolved into a versatile line capturing the essence and needs of a woman as she transitions through life’s many stages.
Tweak is a funky-elegant boutique jewelry line by Ontario designer Caroline Bruce. Every piece of tweak is a study in colour, texture and a touch of the unexpected. And every piece is a guaranteed compliment. Just ask any of the tweak boutique’s already faithful followers. From teenagers on up, the versatile pieces are show stoppers that can fit effortlessly into any wardrobe.
Green Beaver is a Canadian company launched in 2002. Its mission is to provide natural body products that allow you to take care of your health and your family while respecting the environment.
MARY YOUNG offers functional garments that celebrate the natural shape and encourage body positivity. Every piece is designed with comfort in mind for long-lasting wear with the use of jerseys, knits and soft adjustable elastics to encourage appreciation of the natural body. All the garments are produced in Montreal, Canada, in a factory where equal wages and conditions are being met.
Bailly is committed to offering scents that will not negatively impact your health. Their perfume oils are coconut oil-based, which helps to create a soft scent that is not irritating or overpowering. It is also an excellent skin moisturizer. Their oils are also free of harmful chemicals, such as parabens and phthalates, as well as cruelty-free and vegan.
Light + Paper is a small operation based in Toronto that focuses on handcrafted works of papercut artwork and various other wares.
Saltspring soaps and skincare products are made on Salt Spring Island, BC. Their team formulates, sources, mixes, and packages each product by hand. For over 40 years, they've made products rich in organic ingredients and natural botanicals. Today, they offer a complete line of handmade natural soaps as well as skin, hair, and body care products.
Henkaa was created out of a desire to use style as a means of uplifting women and giving them courage to embrace all of the changes we go through in life. They create convertible, multifunctional & interchangable dresses, jewellery and accessories perfect for weddings, special occasions, maternity, travel & everyday. Henkaa is based in Toronto, Canada, where all of their dresses are handmade with love.
Berg and Betts crafts their watch bands from surplus leather scraps that would have otherwise gone to waste. All of their watches are assembled and designed by their team in Canada, with their watch parts being ethically crafted in the city of Dongguan, about 75km from Hong Kong.
Matter Company is a distinctly Canadian company that provides a line of premium natural skin care products that balance the needs of our urban lives with our North American connection to the outdoors.
Enarmoured, made by Jordan Clarke, is handcrafted, fine art jewellery created in brass and silver. Jordan creates bold, elegant and timeless pieces of small-batch jewellery. Each piece of jewellery, from the initial sketch to completion, is formed lovingly by hand. Using both traditional and innovative jewellery-making techniques, Jordan creates unique pieces of ‘wearable art’.
SARISHA was created to solve the problem of not finding affordable, natural, plant-based beauty and fragrance. All of the ingredients used in their formulas are plant-based and cruelty-free, and are packaged in paper, never using plastic. They strongly believe that in order to achieve progress, one should not have to sacrifice their own health.
Foe & Dear is a collection of one of a kind pieces that are assembled to order by hand and heart. Their jewelry is made with the environment in mind; using recycled or fair-trade gold and conflict-free stones. Each Foe & Dear piece is designed and handcrafted in Vancouver, BC.
Daub + Design is a women’s activewear brand that explores the relationship between fabric and the application of colour. They create sustainable activewear and work with local sewers and factories in Vancouver in a small batch production process, which reduces excess stock and eliminates the need to contribute to landfills. The majority of their garments are hand-dyed.
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We’re proud to be a Certified B Corporation and have the second highest impact score out of all Canadian apparel companies. Curious to learn more about this certification? We've broken down the five main B Corporation evaluation categories below to share what we’re doing to be a force for good in the world and what we’re working on moving forward.