Here’s All the Fashion News You Missed This Week

Photograph courtesy of Vieren.

Canadian designer Sunny Fong has co-founded a line of luxury unisex watches, Club Monaco is now available in Hudson’s Bay and Sentaler has just launched a new year of # SENTALER4SickKids.

Say hello to the luxury watch brand founded in Canada called Vieren

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Photograph courtesy of Vieren.

Co-founded by Canadian fashion designer Sunny Fong and entrepreneur Jessica Chow, new Swiss-made watch brand Vieren has just launched four inaugural, hand-crafted unisex styles that feature automatic movements and require six months of work. If you want to get your hands on some, hurry – only 100 pieces in each look were made.

You can now get Club Monaco coins in Hudson’s Bay

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Photograph courtesy of PRNewsfoto / Hudson’s Bay.

Need a unique shopping experience? Canadian retail icons Hudson’s Bay and Club Monaco have joined forces, meaning a selection of Club’s minimalist-minded products are now available in 21 Hudson’s Bay stores as well as online. Expect to find closet essentials, from cashmere sweaters and tailored pants to WFH staples like hoodies and t-shirts.

Métis artist Christi Belcourt collaborated with Montreal label Katrin Leblond

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Photograph courtesy of Katrin Leblond.

Using the Bee print from former Valentino collaborator Christi Belcourt, designer Katrin Leblond has developed a capsule of playful basics that includes leggings, sweatpants, a tunic and more. “Something I’ve wanted to do for a while is fabric creation,” Belcourt explained in a press release, adding, “I’ve always wanted to have pieces that I myself would like to wear. I am a plus size person and am now 54 years old. I wanted to participate in creating clothes that I would find accessible, comfortable and beautiful for all ages, sizes, shapes and occasions. Leblonds adds, “For me, fashion is all about making wearable art. It’s a way to create affordable art. A portion of the collection’s sales proceeds will go to Nimkii Aazhibikong, a year-round Anishinaabeg language and traditional arts camp on land in which Belcourt is actively involved.

Sentaler has launched its current # SENTALER4SickKids campaign

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Photograph courtesy of Sentaler.

This week, Toronto-based outerwear and accessories brand Sentaler launched the fifth installment of its # SENTALER4SickKids initiative, which means proceeds from the brand’s signature ribbed accessories sold by March 30, 2021 will go to the SickKids Foundation. “In our children’s ‘new normal’ they can’t play closely together as they once could,” Bojana Sentaler wrote in a letter about the launch. “They can’t hug or hold their friends’ hands. Often they cannot even see when their teachers are smiling at them behind their masks. These are just the surface effects on healthy children attending socially remote schools or practically learning at home. But what about those who were already fighting their own battle? What about children who were already facing health issues before COVID-19 impacted our lives? In an extra gesture of kindness for those who need it most, Sentaler also drew coloring book pages to hand out to SickKids patients.

The Goodee hoodie is now available in three new colors

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Photograph courtesy of Goodee.

Known for being a marketplace for ethical products from around the world, Goodee, a Montreal B-Corp certified black-owned company, has just released a new batch of its Goodee hoodie in three fresh colors: a dusty pink, a yellow cheerful and a bright blue. Each hoodie is made in partnership with Kotn, which means they are made from super soft Egyptian cotton. It’s time to get warm!

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