This Iconic Fashion Pop-Up Event Is Returning This Spring

This Iconic Fashion Pop-Up Event Is Returning This Spring

Shopping local has never been more important supporting local designers is just as critically important.

This Spring, it’s time to get your rear in gear because Canada’s BIGGEST local shopping event, INLAND coming back and it’s better than ever.


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Not only is INLAND basically one big shopping party and 2019 is its 10th anniversary and that’s something to celebrate especially with retail not having the best go around these days. There are over 70 local brands to shop, including Hilary MacMillan, atelier b, and Zoran Dobric to name a few. A full list of participating designers is set to become available in the coming weeks.

This fun, fashion pop-up is all about bringing people together to shop directly from independent designers and makers from across the country, all while supporting the Canadian economy—how beautiful is that?

Everything from these designers is also primarily made in Canada (!!!) and are all done using ethical and sustainable practices so you can feel extra good about supporting these local designers.

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Fast fashion is always going to be popular and on the rise but investing in local talents and designers gives them much needed support. In return, it gives us (the consumers) items of quality that won’t fall apart after one wear or wash cycle. 

Get ready to shop INLAND on May 3-4 at QRC West / E1 Building at 134 Peter Street. Admission is completely free so bring the whole family for a day of all sorts of shopping fun!

Featured Image: Courtesy of INLAND

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