Call Her Moonchild
Our original in-house brand Call Her Moonchild was founded in Toronto in 2019 out of a love of quirky fashion and a desire for more ethical, sustainable options. CHM specializes in quirky graphic tees and original statement jewellery.
Guru is a sustainable clothing company based in Oakville, Ontario. Their unique, bohemian-inspired pieces are handmade from ethically sourced materials and most of their pieces are made with recycled sari silks.
Pottery By Helen
Making functional items from a ball of clay has provided Helen with a satisfying creative outlet. Along with functionality, experimenting with colour harmonization and technique continues to inspire her.
Janet enjoys experimenting with ceramic solutions to some of life’s small problems. Most often, this leads to ceramic pieces that are functional. Sometimes, they serve more than one purpose.
While she's pleased to take something from a thought to its concrete physical expression, the end result is rarely her main objective. Every project is a test of an idea, ergonomic and structural design, and one or more decorative options. The learning along the way is tremendously satisfying.
Favourite design elements include exposed bare clay, repeated patterns and simple motifs, often layered for a pleasant or curious effect.
Sachiko Takahashi Ceramics
Functional handcrafted small-batch ceramics, made in Ottawa by potter Linda Takahashi. The Sachiko Takahashi collection is fresh and trendy with an adorable, minimalist aesthetic that fits perfectly with any decor style.
A fixture of Ottawa's fair trade and ethical fashion community, Suzie Blue is a lovingly curated shop inspired by travel and sustainability. They're proud to be fair trade brand and their collection is sourced through their close relationships with artisans in Bali.