The Globe and Mail

June 28, 2019 1 min read

What will it take to make Made in Canada the standard in the fashion industry?

Excerpt from The Globe and Mail:

When Kristi Soomer started the Toronto-based women’s ethical clothing brand Encircled nearly seven years ago, her goal was to create a high-quality capsule wardrobe concept for women made from sustainable materials and manufactured in Canada. 
Today, the ethical clothing line uses several sustainable fabrics that are knit and dyed in Toronto – such as silky MicroModal, which is naturally derived from beech-tree pulp – and sources garment production among six local Toronto sewing studios, but getting to this point was not easy.



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