With the holiday season quickly approaching, the team at ZANE
thought there would be no time like the present to showcase some of our favorite creators in the city.
Supporting local and small business is a value that we have always cherished when choosing designers for the shop - could there be a better marriage then ethical wears and Canadian jewelry?
The Winter Vintage Market will feature five female owned and operated businesses from Toronto that are making their mark.
Please join us from December 5th- 15th at our Queen St. West location.
To learn more about our featured shops please see more below:
FUNDED BY NUDES
Mimi Audellynn is the owner and curator of FBN.
At Funded the vales are simple.
style over fashion. comfort. ingenuity. getting weird with it. injecting colour into your wardrobe. not taking ourselves too seriously. reducing our environmental impact by practicing sustainable shopping habits. breaking down the barriers of conventional beauty. turning clothing into art.
building a wardrobe - and a narrative - that is distinctly you.
Kealan Sullivan is the badass babe behind Toronto's infamous 69 Vintage.
MAKE MOVES VINTAGE
Autumn Hachey is the interior design maven behind Make Moves Vintage, a badass vintage shop based in Toronto, Canada.
Her eye for vintage treasures is a natural extension of her penchant for bold design. She is almost always planning, styling and otherwise reimagining every room in a home from kitchens to bedrooms and beyond.
Shopcoat was created by three women working together to push sustainability through second hand clothing. Our goal is to create a one stop shop for anyone looking for clothing and accessories. We came together to curate our own selection of pieces that we ourselves would love and hope others will too.
La Comtoise brings splendours of the past to the present. Metalsmith and curator Erika Comtois offers her collection of antique and vintage ornament. She specializes in sentimental jewellery repair, turning old broken pieces into new amulets.