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Tag: slow fashion

Young Entrepreneur: Laine Gabel

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An interview with Laine Gabel of Mildred Handmade. Personal pronouns: She/they Briefly describe your business. Mildred Handmade is a line of made-to-order wardrobe essentials including tops, dresses, smocks, jackets, robes and aprons. Every Mildred garment is designed, fit and sewn by me in my Quinte West home studio. This process allows clients to customize elements like colour, size, length, necklines or sleeve finishings within the framework of each design. I work with sustainable natural fibres like linen, wool, silk ...

Slow, Ethical Fashion by Heather Case Clothing

Meet local fashion designer Heather Case, who creates timeless pieces using natural materials for a more sustainable, ethical wardrobe.

Heather Case’s Old East Hill home is a gem. It’s one of those rare places that seems to suit its inhabitant perfectly: ample natural light for photo shoots, tons of hidden closet space for storage, and lots of character that makes a great backdrop for Heather’s collected treasures (and her plants!) If you don’t know Heather, the best place to start is her website, heathercase.ca, where her handmade-to-order clothing line lives. I’m wracking my brain, trying to remember when ...

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Bay of Quinte Region is an alliance of interdependent communities, bound together by a common history, shared economy, and the water that surrounds and defines us. We hope to welcome you soon.