The start of a new season presents the opportunity to start fresh, and there’s no better place to begin than in your closet. Luckily for Torontonians, countless brands call Toronto home, making it easy to shop locally while supporting homegrown talent. So, whether you’re looking for an entirely new wardrobe, timeless pieces that go with everything, a few on-trend items, or your next work-from-home uniform, you’re sure to find some faves!
Here are Toronto-based brands to revamp your wardrobe with.
It’s safe to say that if Ellie Mae isn’t on your radar already, it will be now. The effortless luxury womenswear brand features collections designed and produced under one roof in Toronto, each thoughtfully made with exceptional craftsmanship in small batches with grace and care.
Province of Canada is a Toronto-based sustainable clothing brand that ethically makes organic cotton apparel up to extended sizes here in Canada. It offers super soft and comfy sweaters, sweatpants, accessories, home decor, and so much more.
Founded by designer Sarra Tang in 2007, this sustainable womenswear label offers classic yet simple everyday pieces with a unique twist that are all made right here in Toronto. You can shop the brand directly in the heart of the Distillery District in Downtown Toronto.
Co-founded by Allegra Shaw and Shirin Soltani in 2017, Uncle Studios creates high-quality, timeless foundational pieces, with a focus on playful styling, while creating a sense of family both online and in real life. Uniting function and form, their garments are thoughtfully designed to take their community through their day-to-day lives.
Horses Atelier is a woman-founded and woman-run brand that makes gorgeous feminine pieces that are handmade in Toronto using natural fabrics sourced from family-owned mills in Italy and Japan.
For those more design-conscious, Kotn is designed in Canada and made in Egypt. Known for its ethically produced, high-quality, everyday pieces for men and women, Kotn is a certified B Corporation company, meaning it meets a list of verified environmental and social standards. With each purchase, Kotn invests in the creation of jobs, infrastructure, systems, and education to alleviate poverty and create shared, sustainable growth for the communities the brand is a part of.
If you’re a sucker for leisurewear, look no further than Good For Sunday. Featuring a 90s-inspired aesthetic, this collection spans everything from oversized hoodies and tees to comfy sweatpants made with sustainable materials that have been designed and made here in Canada.
The eponymous brand is known for its cruelty-free and size-inclusive collection of contemporary womenswear that features versatile pieces in timeless silhouettes. What we love about Hilary MacMillan is that the brand caters to women of all shapes, with sizes ranging from XS-4X.
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