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Proudly made in
Richmond, BC.

View Native 
Women's Collection

view native 
women's collection

Working to uphold the inherent right to safety, health, culture and justice. 100% of proceeds from this collection is donated to NWAC's 2021 National Action Plan for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.

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view wildfire 
relief collection

British Columbia is home to some of the richest and most biodiverse land in the world. 100% of proceeds from this collection goes to reforestation efforts in areas of BC that have been affected by fires, helping to recover and improve forest health and restore habitat for native wildlife.

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zero
compromise

We actively combat destructive and exploitive fashion industry standards by making our clothes here in Canada, exclusively using sustainable textiles and producing with purpose.

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locally sourced

Over 90% of garment workers are refused a liveable wage and fundamental human rights—the vast majority of these workers being women and children. 

natural materials

Synthetic clothing, such as nylon and polyester, shed hundreds of thousands of micro-plastics after every wash. Filling our waterways, oceans and marine life with unremovable micro-pollution.  

made to last

Worldwide, 92 million tonnes of clothing are thrown into landfills every year. In which the majority are only worn 1 - 3 times before being discarded.

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