Over the course of a recent two-day pop-up shopping event, INLAND took over QRC West in Toronto to help the public get better acquainted with Canadian talent through a showcase of apparel and accessories. The event featured curated picks from 70 Canadian designers and it's notable that "over 95% of all collections presented at INLAND are hand-made or manufactured in Canada."
At the event, consumers connected with Canadian designers like Amanda Moss from Montreal, BELLANTONI from Vancouver and Halifax's Maggie Jayne. Over the course of two days, INLAND served as a one-stop-shop for everything from lingerie and handbags to a variety of other Canadian-designed goods.
Now more than ever, modern consumers are buying less, but making more informed purchasing decisions. In particular, today's conscious consumer is driven to make thoughtful purchases that align with their values on quality, purpose and betterment.
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- By: Laura McQuarrieOct 5, 2017