When we got an email from Nova Scotia-based children's outwear company, Faire Child, sharing their eco-innovative, closed-loop production model and high quality products for children we were thrilled to agree to share their story with our readers. We know that whether you have kids or not, their push for a more sustainable children's clothing industry is sure to inspire any ethical shopper!
Because we LOVE supporting local, we've created a list of 7 Canadian underwear brands. We also added a couple internationally made brands that we are intrigued by, as well as tips to shopping for underwear online. Read today's post to get started on supporting ethically and locally made underwear!
The busy weeks of holiday parties, baking, card writing and just trying to stay warm, tell us we are most certainly in the thick of the holiday season! As the holly jolly time seems to fly by, do you ever wish someone could just assemble that last minute gift for you? A gift with beautiful and thoughtfully made items that will surprise and delight a loved one, a gift that doesn't involve mall parking lots or sifting through crowded store shelves... we think an ethically sourced gift box may be just what you're looking for!
Finally, a market for those of us way out in the 'burbs! Little Modern Market will hold it's first event on June 11th, 2016 from 10 am to 3 pm at Starbelly in Seton of SE Calgary. In anticipation of this market, My New Neighbour is highlighting a few Little Modern Market vendors we are especially looking forward to!
Based in Vancouver, BC, Inner Fire Apparel was born out of an unfortunate health scare that forced creator Leah Emmot to take time off from being a yoga teacher and fitness instructor. Stuck at home, Leah tuned into her creative side and began making earth-friendly, clever t-shirts.