Textile Apparel Organics

Our house line of wardrobe essentials. Manufactured by Groceries Apparel in California, this collection features items you wear all year. Organic cotton, hemp and eucalyptus tencel fabrics are coloured with low-impact dyes and sewn on a made-to-order model. Seed to skin traceability means you can rest assure that social and environmental responsibility was taken every step of the manufacturing process.


groceries apparel

As an industry leader, Groceries is proudly manufactured in California by a dedicated team in the company-owned facility. Groceries is redefining industry responsibility by supporting family farms, localized manufacturing, living wages, and Monsanto-free, organic ingredients. All items are sewn by hand, garment-dyed, and pre-shrunk. Whether you wear it in the studio or street, Groceries products are ultra-comfortable and have incredible longevity.


it is well L.A

Made in L.A. this small company offers simplicity and beauty in comfortable silhouettes. Cotton, gauze, linen & cupro fabrics make wearing their garments a wonderful tactile experience. It Is Well L.A. features year-long knitwear that is fine and detailed. And a neutral colour palette allows you to easily integrate this collection into your wardrobe. What is more, 10% of It Is Well L.A.’s proceeds are donated to their charitable partner, Generosity, to aid the building of clean water wells. Improving opportunities and conditions for communities globally.


nicole purdy

The Nicole Purdy Collection is designed and produced in Vancouver, Canada. Each and every piece is created by Nicole herself. The Collection uses gorgeous Oeko-Tex certified, French-milled  linen. Distinctive white pockets mark each pair of pants, highlighting your support of timeless, seasonless, and ageless slow fashion. This capsule collection features separates that complement one another, and trust us, you’ll be hooked after just one piece.The weight of the supreme linen makes them so easy to wear all year round. Although the collection is influenced by vintage fashion, it feels very modern, and will find a place in your wardrobe no matter what your style is. 


jennifer glasgow design

Designed and produced in Montreal, Canada, the Jennifer Glasgow Design boasts thoughtful tailoring and a playful colour pallet.  Created for multi-faceted and discerning women. Each item puts an interesting twist on time-honoured favourites, adding design elements, silhouettes, or materials that feel at once classic and contemporary. As a design house, they are committed to constantly improving as they grow — finding creative ways to improve the sustainability of the line.  With the impact of the fashion industry in mind, they manufacture timeless, durable clothing that never comprises style.


ursa minor

Ursa Minor is a clothing line from Montreal, Canada. Creator Elizabeth Hudson is a self-taught designer and pattern-maker with a background in painting & fibre arts.

Ursa Minor focuses on flattering and minimal garments, impeccably finished with thoughtful details. Elizabeth designs with fine art in mind and her collections are approached with similar consideration for proportion, colour, line, and flow. The result is easygoing elegance via essential pieces that nourish personal style.

Ursa Minor garments are made of the highest quality fabrics, with special emphasis on linen, organic cottons and renewable, eco-friendly fibres. Elizabeth has been working with the same skilled production teams since 2012 and all pieces are ethically produced in Montreal.



Based in Germany, since 2004 aunts&uncles has put their heart and soul into highest quality and unique design. They combine tradition with zeitgeist and create authentic favourites for individualists and free spirits.

Every single one of aunts&uncles products is unique, handmade and designed with great attention to detail to carry you through the highs and lows of everyday life.

The heart of aunts&uncles are honest products - styled with care. They act out of conviction and take responsibility for the people who work with them. In doing so, aunts&uncles does not merely follow a trend, but consistently continue what has been a fundamental concern to them from the very beginning.

To learn more about aunts&uncles click here.


indigenous designs

 For over 25 years Indigenous Designs has celebrated artisans and natural fibre garments. Based in California and created by Fair Trade Certified practices in Peru, Indigenous Designs is committed to the health and success of every person in their supply chain. Immense devotion goes into creating and maintaining a truly ethical company and as a Certified B Corp and member of the Sustainable Apparel Coalition, there is no ‘green-washing’ going on here. The fabrics and dyes used to produce their exceptional quality products are simple and pure. Organic Pima Cotton and free-range alpaca wool, both from Peru, are coloured using Oeko-Tex Standard 100 dyes. Meaning garments are as soft on the environment as they are on your skin. The styling of the Indigenous Designs line can be described in one word, classic. Pieces that remain current for decades and are flattering on all women. The luxurious Organic Pima Cotton jersey is substantial in weight- never thin or flimsy. While the knitwear is perfectly body skimming. When you wear Indigenous, you wear clothing that gives back to the people and communities who make it. And that makes all the difference. 


power of my people

 Power Of My People is designed and produced in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. With a focus on button-up shirts, the brand is dedicated to developing pieces that will become the core of your personal collection. Power Of My People has standardized fits meaning you can have confidence in their expert design. These staple shirts bridge the gap between casual and smart, taking you from weekend brunch to the office, and everywhere in between. Their intention has always been to source the best consciously made natural fibres, emphasize excellent construction, and manufacture durable items that reduce cost-per-wear. As your wardrobe evolves, you’ll find that Power of My People shirts adapt with you. The lasting power of a versatile basic is something that we really want to celebrate — filling a hole in your wardrobe with shirts like these can open up a world of outfit possibilities no matter your style.  

people tree

A pioneer in sustainable Fair Trade fashion, People Tree started in 1991. Their core mission has stayed the same over the past three decades since award-winning social entrepreneur Safia Minney founded the company. Every product is made to the highest ethical and environmental standards from start to finish. Contemporary, versatile designs and playful, exclusive prints inspired by the V&A archives create stylish, innovative and affordable fashion while respecting people and the planet. Collections featuring organic cotton, TENCEL™ Lyocell and responsible wool, are made using traditional artisan skills such as hand weaving, hand knitting, hand embroidery and hand block print.

People Tree launched their first fashion range to meet the Global Organic Textile Standard, GOTS, certified by the Soil Association and were the first fashion company to be awarded the World Fair Trade Organisation product label. These certifications guarantee People Tree’s dedication and compliance to the principles of fair trade, covering fair wages, good working conditions, transparency, environmental best practice and gender equality. 

marigold collective  

Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada- Marigold Collective is a social enterprise dedicated to the social and economic empowerment of women and the preservation of heritage craft traditions.  
They partner with women-focused Fair Trade Artisan Cooperatives in developing countries, providing market access for their high quality products.


mo & ko collective

Mo & Ko Collective, based in both Mexico and Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada, is passionate about honoring the sacred art of The Huichol People. The Huichol or Wixàritari are an indigenous people of Mexico living in the Sierra Madre Occidental. They have been creating art and jewelry as far back as the 16th century. The Huichol jewelry collection has evolved over the last 30 years, offering modern designs and patterns, while still maintaining the same handmade tradition of their ancestors. Susana Valadez, founder of The Huichol Center for Cultural Survival and the Traditional Arts, has assisted the Huichol women in the marketing of their traditional jewelry so their endangered tribe can survive in the modern world.