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Emily's Style Notes: The Best Fashion Vendors at OOAKS

FLARE's assistant fashion news editor Emily Ramshaw selects her picks of the One of A Kind Show’s most stylish goodies

We’re now in the midst of Toronto’s epic One of A Kind Christmas Show, the annual craft-fest, where plenty of unique fashion items can still be eked out—for you or for a discerning giftee. But get their quick! The show ends on Sunday. Herein, the most style savvy vendors at the show.

These all-natural skincare products are entirely made in Toronto. Check out their new hand lotion—the Vanilla Bean one smells exactly like a freshly-frosted vanilla cupcake and will keep your hands baby-soft. Booth S19

Biko Jewellery
This Toronto-based jeweler sources vintage and antiqueAfrican and tribal pendants and baubles and recasts them to create her very cool statement pieces. Booth L37

Matt Bowness, a P.E.I.-based jeweler, makes his—ahem—one-of-a-kind pieces from antique watch parts. The result is dazzling and complex. Booth D24

Lux & Luster
Lux & Luster
Debbie Cham, who creates special twists on classic work wear and event dressing with an extremely detailed handmade technique, designs Lux & Luster, an independent fashion label based in Toronto. Booth P49
Simplicite Jewellery 
Simplicité Jewellery
I love the figurative gold rings from this Toronto jeweler. The incredibly intricate details make each piece special. Booth R26


Tricia McMaster
Tricia McMaster’s necklaces are true statement pieces—perfect for a holiday party. Booth X44