Imagine my freak-out when I saw a pair of Cydwoqs in Red Pony!! Always a sculptural work of art, Cydwoq hand-makes their shoes in California (and their studio/factory is open to the public! Like, you can just walk in and talk with the employees while they're making the shoe!). Their designs are so unique and artistic that these will never go out of style. I love these so much that I actually squeezed my foot into them and briefly indulged myself in believing that they fit...but sadly they are not meant for me.
(Want some new Cydwoqs in your size? Find them at Gravity Pope!)
Drappey tunic/dress from our friends down Whyte ave -in their newly expanded space- Workhall! Note the asymmetrical sleeves on this one:
(FYI friends, we have SO MANY variations of these types of jersey/drappey/flowey art-gallery dresses in the shop right now from some of our faves like Workhall, Oak+Fort, Noul, Rebel Sugar, Aritzia etc. Most of them are black, which just looks like a sad, shapeless blob in photos, but they are lovely IRL! You'll have to come down and check them out!).
Of course, I love this minimalist necklace with the raw stone:
Hey, one more cool top from Workhall:
These gorgeous belts come to us from Canadian stand-out Brave from Toronto. All the leather they use comes from food industry byproduct (how mindful is that?!), they lovingly spotlight the artistic profiles of their employees who make the designs, and they have a shop dog named Bella! The quality in these belts is undeniable, and they just get funkier as they age.
Adorable wiggle dress from Hell Bunny:
Always a treat to have FLY London in the shop!
Jet clothing was an eco-conscious, locally designed and manufactured brand out of Portland. Vanna White wore one of their dresses on Wheel of Fortune! Sadly, they are no more, but you can still pick up this great jacket. I love the asymmetrical zip!
Also gone, but not forgotten, Vancouver-based Dace. The brushed cotton and a-shape is simple and exquisite!
Friends, the bee (or fly?) on this over-sized beaded necklace can be removed... and worn as a brooch!
Is it cute, or is it creepy?
Another one with sustainability at its heart: Field Day! Their garments are designed and manufactured in Oakland out of locally-sourced, reclaimed materials!
Their philosophy is that every dress should have pockets!! (Yesssssssss!)
I just love the sea-foam green colour of these Audley shoes!
Chambray with a hint of leopard print:
This great cross-body bag is from Canadian institution, Roots. The leather is super buttery-soft, and the bag is HUGE on the inside!
Great vintage find: this wool bolero from Defarbre St. Honoré Paris!