Artisanal little luxuries, with big impact

We believe an object can elevate both beholder and maker. In a world of mass-produced goods, we offer artisan-made home and apparel crafted in fair-trade environments from around the globe. We strive to live fully, slow down to enjoy life’s little luxuries, and choose everyday to create a world connecting maker, owner and earth.

SUSTAINABLE SPRING $800 GIVEAWAY

April is Earth month but it also brings that spring revival energy with it, so we've partnered
with some friends so that you have a chance to curate your closet with the planet in mind.

Enter to win $800 in gift cards from 4 Canadian sustainable fashion brands to
refresh your wardrobe this Spring + we'll plant 800 trees to celebrate!

Contest ends April 22, 2021 at midnight.

Pokoloko

Empowers independent artisan entrepreneurs by offering you fairly-traded artisanal little luxuries for your home & lifestyle. Their mission is to connect owner, maker and earth with versatile designs made with a slow fashion mentality. Proud to be a climate-positive business.

Encircled

Encircled is the women's slow fashion brand that does it all. Ethically-made in Toronto, Canada, our clothing is sustainable, stylish, timeless and comfortable - we compromise on nothing, so you don't have to either.

Anián

The idea for Anián sprung from the belief that: the clothes we enjoy in the natural world should not be harming it. With this in mind we've created timeless, lifetime clothing that you can live your life in, and feel good about. The environmental impact of our clothing is something we take seriously. For this reason, Anián begun the transition into using entirely recycled natural fibre textiles from landfills. For us, where the road for discard clothing ends, our textile sourcing begins. All this might make it sound like we're trying to change an industry—we are. #dressresponsibly

Heyfolks

Heyfolks exists to help you have a good day!
We do this by creating products that enrich your life, with concern for people and our earth. One product sold equals one tree planted.