Nationwide: Fine Print
As part of her prize for winning last year’s TFI New Labels competition, Toronto fashion designer Sarah Stevenson has paired with Target to paint the nation red (and purple, and orange, and blue …) with a 15-piece collaboration. Despite the price point—nothing is more than $60!— Stevenson used the same methods employed in her main line; each cheery, digitally manipulated print originates from one of her own paintings. (At Target locations across Canada from March 23)
Calgary: Hanging Rocks
Spotted at Matthew Gallagher’s quietly grace- ful spring show during Toronto’s World MasterCard Fashion Week: jumbo chandelier earrings by Calgarian jeweller Lulu B that ignited instant lobe envy.
Halifax: Coming to Fruition
Having started out as a seasonal purveyor of kale crisps, Fruition Natural Foods has grown into a permanent shop at the Seaport Farmers’ Market, expanding its offerings to include smoothies, salads and delectables like cinnamon-raisin chia pudding and choco-almond milk. —with reporting by Kayla Short
Montreal: Ceramic Arts
The elegant pieces by Atelier Make— a pottery line founded by best friends and Emily Carr alumnae Maya Ersan and Jaimie Robson—are also entirely func- tional. Up for a throwdown? The twosome offers lessons at the wheel in their intimate studio in the Plateau.
Vancouver: Bottoms Up
Daub + Design, a line of hand-dyed leggings, undies and scarves created by textile artist Lexi Soukoreff, is launching a “Panty of the Month” club, whose members receive one-of-a-kind seamless underthings so stylish they could double as bikini bottoms.
Vancouver: Life, Like
A Victoria mainstay for streetwear, Still Life has opened another location in Mount Pleasant. Like the his-and-hers originals, this airy new storefront sells a well-curated mix of men’s and women’s clothing, shoes and accessories by big-time labels (Ray- Ban, Nudie Jeans) and those about to blow up (like Just Female and Libertine- Libertine, both out of Copenhagen). 2315 Main St. —with reporting by Anya Georgijevic