Fabric Story

Our fabrics and materials have too good a story not to share with you. Here we give you a breakdown of the materials in our products.

Surplus Fabrics

We acquire these fabrics from various jobbers and fabric warehouses in Toronto. Commonly known as Deadstock fabric, we recently started using these surplus fabrics and vintage fabric finds for our spring/summer pieces in Collection 02.

This is a great way to use materials that have already been made, instead of ordering more fabric to be produced. It has also helped in speed of delivery, as production times and shipping times of these fabrics have been removed from our timeline.

Unfortunately, these fabrics come without much tracking history or the exact reason as to why designers sold them to jobbers. The full content of the fabric is unknown most of the time, although these fabrics are organized by general classifications of silk, cotton, etc.

There are limited quantities of each fabric and colour available at these fabric jobbers, which makes each piece even more unique.

Hemp & RPET

(This fabric was used for the Ella Pant)

Made at a fabric mill in India.

Oeko-Tex Certified-Standard 100

Our Hemp & RPET blend was sourced from a Canadian fabric supplier, specializing in sustainable fabrics.

Hemp is one of the strongest and most durable of all natural textile fibers. It is breathable, with antibacterial properties! This crop requires less land compared to cotton, requires minimal pesticides and no herbicides.

RPET= Recycled Polyester

We don’t use virgin Polyester in our clothing, and will eliminate even recycled polyester from our products as we grow.


(Fabric used for our Mimi Bustier, Juliette Skirt and Rayne Mini Bag)

Made at a Fabric Mill in Japan.

Ultrasuede is one of our greatest finds from our hunt for amazing vegan leathers. This fabric was sourced from a global company with many technological innovations since 1970. This soft, luxurious and light-weight vegan suede was made with advanced technologies from recycled polyester fibers, recovered from pre-consumer waste.

Ultrasuede technology allows you to adapt with the weather, as it keeps you warm in the cold temperatures and cool on warmer days. This fabric offers outstanding durability and nick/tear resistance. It is also much easier to care for than its real counterpart.


(Our Tencel branded Lyocell/ Cotton blend of fabric was used for our Valentina Knit top)

Made at a Fabric Mill in China.

Oeko-Tex Certified-Standard 100

This fabric was sourced from a Canadian fabric supplier, with sustainable fabric offerings.

Tencel is a brand that sustainably manufactures Lyocell fibers with combined expertise in operating pulp and bio-refinery processes, and decades of experience in the major fiber process technologies.


(100% Lyocell fabric was used as lining for the Mimi Bustier and the pockets for the Ella Pant)

Made at a Fabric Mill in China.

Oeko-Tex Certified-Standard 100

Our 100% Lyocell was sourced from a Canadian fabric supplier, with sustainable fabric offerings.

Lyocell is made from sustainable sourced eucalyptus wood pulp. This beautiful fabric is exceptionally soft, breathable, and is created in a closed-loop system that recycles almost all of the solvent used in processing.  

We take the environment very seriously around here. These Eucalyptus trees grow very quickly and do not require the use of pesticides or fertilizers. Yes, to all of that!