What’s New for Spring 2017

Are you looking for something new to spruce up your wardrobe this Spring?

Shed your winter blues and get into the spirit of Spring by checking out the newest fashions in our store. We’ve added to current collections, and expanded our selections with items from new and former suppliers.

New Arrivals to Our Store

Brenda Beddome Designs – Clothing

We now carry flexible, stylish and Canadian-made pants and dresses by Canadian clothing designer Brenda Beddome of Toronto, Ontario.

Brenda Beddome is my go to for every occasion! The comfort is what I love the most… I can look stylish all day and not have to change my clothes when I want to put my feet up at night! The bra comes off and the Brenda Beddome clothes stay on!” – Monica

Christina Tischler  – Jewelry

Handcrafted cuffs by local artist Christina Tischler are back!

Cré-Art – Jewelry

Cré-Art bracelets are unique, authentic and colorful. Each piece is made from cut, overlapped glass the fused by heat in a specialized oven, and the artist also creates pewter part designs.

Le Galeriste – Dresses

If you like prints of original art then you will love these beautiful premium dresses by Le Galieriste, a clothing brand from Montreal. Two of the dresses are reversible.

Pursuits Canada – Jewelry

Check out the sleekness of form & shapes of Pursuit designer necklaces.

Tonia DeBellis – Coats

Tonia DeBellis is from London, Ontario but now lives in Toronto. These coats are great for spring but will take you through fall as well.

Additions to Current Collections

A Slice of the North – Necklaces

These unique, made in Canada-of Canada mini works of Art are conceived and created by Wendy Stanwick using the natural materials found in and around the tiny town of Matachewan, Ontario.

Dinh Bá – Dresses

We’ve added three new designs from the Dinh bá Spring Summer collection to our selection for the “confident, modern woman who isn’t afraid to assert her style.” These pieces are great for travelling!

Moth Jewelry – Bracelets

Like a moth to the flame, these waxed linen treasures by mothjewelry.com never fail to spark and inspire! Leslie Howchin creates jewelry like these bracelets inspired by the serenity of her surroundings in a Muskoka cabin.

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