In honour of Canada’s 150th and Holt Renfrew’s 180th birthdays, H Project returned home to celebrate the Canadian brands
and designers inspiring sustainable fashion and social good.
ELA x CHRISTI BELCOURT
H Project teamed up with Michif artist Christi Belcourt and Canadian handbag designer ela on an exclusive, limited edition
clutch collection. $15 from the Editor’s clutch and $50 from the Mini Milck clutch will go towards the Onaman Collective.
For Fall 2017, our product selection is exclusively Canadian,
and we can’t wait to tell you their stories.
Alexandra Weston, DVP, Brand & Creative Strategy
BRAND & IRON
Using sustainably sourced, veg-tanned leather, Brand & Iron handcrafts their accessories in Vancouver, with a portion of
all proceeds donated to the Baby Liver Foundation.
The creation of Lucie Bernier and Andre Pace from Montreal, CASA features the most natural and environmentally safe ingredients,
from 100% pure organic-grade essential oils to using vegetable-based inks on packaging.
Hand-painted with 22K gold lacquer and hand-thrown using recycled Canadian clay, Montreal ceramic artist Marie-Eve Dompierre ’s precious organic dishes have all the makings of a dream dinner party.
All natural and non-polluting, every Lowell bag is thoughtfully crafted in Montreal with ethically sourced full grain or veg-tanned leather and cotton.
Using surplus scrap leather and watch parts made in a SMETA (Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit) certified factory, BERG+BETTS handcrafts fine, fair-trade watches in Victoria, British Columbia.
DOG & DAISY
Equally adorable and eco-friendly, this children’s line is a darling addition to the Dagg & Stacey collection. Exclusively designed in Toronto with sustainable materials.
From Vancouver, Hound & Co uses 100% natural and organic ingredients with a portion of profits going towards finding caring
homes for rescued dogs.
SMYTHE x AUGDEN
Smythe’s sartorial sensibility is fused with Augden’s high-quality knitwear, hand knit in Bolivia using sustainable Alpaca
wool in traditional patterns. Augden’s Franceska Earls has founded a cooperative of woman artisans from the region, fostering