Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Valerie Dumaine (More Great Party Dresses)

Valerie Dumaine Holiday dresses have arrived!
Love the Valerie Dumaine Cario dress shown here in blue black. The open back and shimmery fabric are both gorgeous!
"Valerie Dumaine's line projects an image of confidence, with clean and elegant lines, embellished by a careful finished touch. Inspired by the past, the designer is a master when it comes to mix and match styles, creating refined and bold garments." The Valerie Dumaine line is Made in Canada.

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Anastasia Lomonova Holiday Dresses

‘Tis the season for holiday dress shopping! I"m loving this seasons dress collection by Anastasia Lomonova from Montreal.

Anastasia Lomonova” is the ideal balance of sexy and elegant. While maintaining simplicity in all its lines and shapes, the collection is effortlessly luxurious - complimented by impeccable quality.

Her latest collection is no different. The timeless elegance of these easy to wear winter party dresses makes them suitable for many holiday occasions.

Visit our shopping site for even more NEW fall stock from the Anastasia Lomonova Collection.

For wholesale information about Anastasia Lomonova, please visit Cancon Fashion.

Friday, November 27, 2009

Bodybag by Jude at Montreal Fashion Week

Bodybag by Jude's Wax Jacket. I'm absolutely in love with this jacket from the most recent Bodybag by Jude collection. An asymmetrical button jacket lined with fleece, how perfect! The fabric of the jacket is long-lasting wax wool which is 90% poly, and 10% wool. The model is also wearing the One Piece Perla Jumper by Bodybag by Jude. Made in Montreal.

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Monday, June 1, 2009

Canadian Eco Fashion

Canadian Eco fashion is on the rise, and it's not just a trend.
From bamboo fabrics, to recycled polyester, eco textiles are advancing fast. New fashion forward collections are now not only about the design, but also about which new fabrics the designers have found. Not just the look, but also the feel. Not only the garment, but also why you should choose to invest in it.
It's exciting times for Canadian fashion indeed, as designers and their demands are changing the textile industry one season and one request at a time.

Lilikoi from Vancouver uses soy and organic cotton, blended with a small amount of spandex to create a piece from her latest collection. So far, I can't see that anyone has figured out how to make spandex eco friendly. Spandex is usually only 3 percent of a garment. 97 percent sustainable fashion is more than welcome in my wardrobe any day. For wholesale eco-fashion or to purchase Made in Canada Eco Fabrics, please visit Cancon Fashion