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One of a Kind Show 2014 #OOAKx14

Well it’s that time of year again! I was at the One of A Kind Show on Saturday. Let me tell you it was one hopping place! Especially the food isles! Anyhoot, I saw a lot of my old fave artisans had booths again this year. Plus some other new artisans I hadn’t noticed last year. Here’s my must visit booth list! Learn more about each artisan by clicking on their company name. If you haven’t already, you still have time to go. The One of a Kind Show closes on Sunday, December 7th!

Olive Authentique – Booth B20
I’ve purchased their products before and love them! Read my review here on their soaps. They also made my best of 2013 post. I first heard about them through Ecoholic author Adria Vasil.
From: Lakefield, QC


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Krazy Lady Kreations – Booth D22
Marie Armstrong makes amazing artistic and colourful rugs and mats. The colour, movement and creativity of her designs really caught my eyes. Beautiful work.
From: Niagara Falls, ON

Mini Loop – Booth D53
These light boxes by Hugh Cantin are so beautiful and cool! They would make an amazing house warming gift or just a general gift to a person who appreciates things of an artistic nature.
From: Montreal, QC


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Patrick Markle Studio – Booth E26
Wow! These landscapes are both vividly realistic and dreamy at the same time. That appeals to the romantic in me and I just have to admire Patrick’s talent.
From: Fernie, BC

This is J – Booth I04
The headbands at this booth really caught my eyes. They also make circle scarves, toques and bamboo pyjamas!
From: Toronto, ON


Cokluch – Booth I43
Some interesting clothing made by Cokluch using various textiles. I love their cutting edge urban look.
From: Montreal, QC

Little Shop of Lobsters – E57
I don’t eat much lobster. But I was just tickled by the sign and name of the company. If you love lobster you must visit this booth!
From: St. Catherines, ON


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Studio Fresh – Booth T29
A fave from last year, Connie makes funky yet functional clothing right here in Toronto!
From: Toronto, ON


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Mined reCreations – Booth Q10
Joanne Jones creates fashion accessories using reclaimed texiles. Gotta love this eco-friendly concept!
From: Cambridge, ON


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Vespertine – Booth Q30
Melanie makes beautiful clothing for the young professional women of today. Another fave from last year!
From: Toronto, ON.


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Dear Frankie – Booth Y50
Ya gotta love an underwear that claims not to give you muffin top!
From: Toronto, ON


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Noujica – Booth Z09
Another fave from last year, Noujica makes, scarves, hats, bags and belts using organic cotton and recycled materials. Lovely colour and patterns!
From: Montreat, QC


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Green Living Show Haul 2014

I wanted to go through my impressions & what I ended up buying at the Green Living Show (GLS) this past Friday (April 25th). Friday was school trip day so there were lots of kids (tweens & teens) running around the show. It’s good to see the kids of today going to a show like this. Of course this meant that certain booths were mobbed & I couldn’t get to them. LOL. Here were the booths I did get to peruse. See the instagram pics for what I actually bought.

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Karira HomeBooth #3218
Got a lovely sage coloured bamboo bed sheet set here for a great price. GLS price was $80.00 CAD. See instagram pic above for photo.

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Clean Care
– Booth #2029
Clean Care’s mission is to promote beauty products that are non-toxic. Founder Jenise Lee was there with her mom & I got the chance to chat with them for a bit.

LNBF – Winmark Fashions IncBooth #2026
Their booth was right across from Clean Care’s booth so I went there immediately after talking to Jenise. Scored a pair of bamboo jeggings (jean leggings) for $25 CAD, an amazing price! Regular price was $79.00. Next time they’re at a show I’ll buy more things!

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Chartreuse Style
Booth #2027
I was hoping to get some of their Mela cardigans but I didn’t see any there. Will have to make the trek to the store down on Queen West.

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JayDancin – Booth # not listed on GLS site
Repurchased their Deep Relief, which really works to relieve headaches naturally. Also love their Coco Loco natural sunscreen which I also repurchased. Then just for the heck of it, I bought a lip balm to try as well. They’re an Environmental Defence Eco Beauty Market regular.

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Logan & Finley Inc
– Booth #2913
Logan & Finley is a retail store on Queen West that is one of my fave stores. Check out my interview with Julie, the founder/owner of the store here! It was so nice to see Julie again. I bought some Crawford Street hand cream & scrub there, which comes with a free lip balm. When it comes to hand cream & lip balm I’m like a magpie. I love to try all different kinds. Still searching for my HG lip balm & handcream.

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Niko CosmeticsBooth #2426
This is the first I’d heard of this company. But I read the ingredients on their cleanser, toner & cream & no alarm bells rang. So I bought the travel kit to try. The GLS price was $39.00 CAD whereas regular price is $45.00 CAD. They also make foundation & concealer. Check out their website for the other products they make.

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Daiya Foods IncBooth #1239
Being lactose intollerant, the first time I tried Daiya foods I was so happy. Finally, fake cheese that tastes like real cheese! Well at least to me it tastes as close as possible to real cheese.  I tried some samples of their new pizza’s. I’m going to try to find them at my local supermarket. They were yummy!

Weir’s Lane Lavender and Apiary Booth #2909
This is a small family run business just outside of Hamilton, ON. I bought a small vial of English Lavender essential oil to try. Hmmm, smells so good!

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Pure+Simple BeautyBooth #812
Stopped by this booth as this line of Toronto based natural skin care is one of my faves. Was hoping they had some of the Holistic Vanity Extra Care line for me to look at but alas they didn’t. On the plus side, I filled out a ballot for an Ageless Essentials kit & was notified recently that I won! This kit will go to my mom. She’s retired & can’t always afford to try new skincare lines.

These booths below I just walked by because they were either busy or the representative wasn’t around:

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Environmental DefenceBooth # 1033
Busy

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Fatal Light Awarness ProgramBooth #1429
Busy talking to teens. Nice to see that.

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Fashion Takes ActionBooth #1833
Busy.

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Healthy PlanetBooth #617
Busy. Nothing special on the display tables. I can buy their products online.

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Well.caBooth #611
Busy. Nothing much on their tables. A good online store.

Bio Seaweed GelBooth #2226
Mobbed by tweens!

ChocoSolBooth #2838
Mobbed by other chocoholics besides me!

ShaSha Company Booth #2639
Mobbed by bread & cookie lovers.

Dormio Organic BedsBooth #2817
Walked by this booth & no one was around to talk to. Didn’t stop to wait. Kept going.

Freedom Clothing CollectiveBooth #2033
Some how I missed this booth!

Oneka ElementsBooth #2227A
Missed this booth too!

Compared to the One of a Kind Show (OOAK) the GLS show is kinda small. Also, why were there no signs with booth numbers up?! I was wandering around thinking, am I missing something? Where are the booth numbers? That was a nuisance if you ask me. Why have booth numbers listed on the website & in the pamphlet if you’re not going to display them? Anyhoot, the nice thing about the GLS is that most exhibitors were offering promo prices on their products so you can score some deals. Exhibitors at the OOAK don’t always have promo prices. So you might end up spending more due to that & the fact that they have way more exhibitors. Also I wished some of the more interesting speakers were earlier in the day & not at 5pm or later. But I have to say, I was feeling the love at GLS. Everyone was really nice & I actually won a Power Plants book by tweeting a picture of myself beside the groovy yurt. Thanks GLS!


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Green Living Show 2014, April 25-27

Out of all the eco-friendly expo’s I love the Green Living Show the best because it focuses on all things eco-friendly.  I’ve been so many times in the past & will continue to go. It’s great to have all these vendors from all over Canada coming to Toronto under one roof.  Here’s my list of booths that I’m going to visit. If you see me wandering around at the show on Friday, don’t be shy & say Hi!

See the full exhibitor list here for the show.

FAVES:

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Chartreuse Style
Booth #2027
Chartreuse Style is also a retail store on Queen West. They sell clothing, shoes, acessories, cosmetics & cleaning supplies. They’ve hosted some Clean Care events as well.

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Clean Care
– Booth #2029
Clean Care’s mission is to promote beauty products that are non-toxic. I’ve bought a number of items from Clean Care members like Haut Cosmetics, Kynk Naturals & Marie Natie Cosmetics.

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Daiya Foods IncBooth #1239
Being lactose intollerant the first time I tried Daiya foods I was so happy. Finally, fake cheese that tastes like real cheese!

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Environmental DefenceBooth # 1033,
These guys rock! They hold the eco beauty market every year. Great non-profit.

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Fatal Light Awarness ProgramBooth #1429
Another non-profit with a great cause. I love birds. They are so cute with their plumage & beautiful songs. Plus they eat insects that can be garden pests & help spread seeds. But they’ve had a bad time with all the steel & glass buildings in the city & most people don’t think about the value of their lives. It would be a sadder world without birds.

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Fashion Takes ActionBooth #1833
A powerhouse group, I love Fashion Take Action for its proactive approach to getting people thinking about where their clothes come from.

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Healthy PlanetBooth #617
I’ve purchased from this online webstore before. Hope they have some deals for the show!

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Logan & Finley Inc
– Booth #2913
Logan & Finley is a retail store on Queen West that is one of my fave stores. Check out my interview with Julie, the founder/owner of the store here!

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Well.caBooth #611
One of my go to places to get eco-friendly personal care products & cleaners. Though they also carry tea & dry goods!

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Bio Seaweed GelBooth #2226
I’ve heard that this company makes gel nail polishes that are non-toxic. I will check them out!

Casa ReliefBooth #2021
A fair trade & relief effort that connects artisans in developing nations connect with markets in Canada. Sounds like a good cause!

ChocoSolBooth #2838
I’ve heard of these guys before, but never tried their chocolate. Yummm chocolate! I’m definitely going to peruse their booth.

Dormio Organic BedsBooth #2817
I was going to check out Dormio on my hunt for a non-toxic bed but their only location was in Mississauga & I don’t have a car. I believe they just opened a Toronto store location so I might get organic bedding, pillows, etc from them in the future.

Eco StemsBooth #114
Again, I’ve heard of Eco Stems before but never ordered from them. I love cut flowers but would rather have a living plant.

Freedom Clothing CollectiveBooth #2033
I’ve seen their website but never visited their retail store location. Now I can get acquainted with them!

Giddy Yoyo Booth #1438
Yummm more chocolate. Can you tell I have a sweet tooth?

LNBF – Winmark Fashions IncBooth #2026
Heard lots about Leave Nothing But Footprints but not purchased their clothes before. I hope they have change rooms so I can try some stuff on!

Oneka ElementsBooth #2227A
Hair products, skin cream, soaps. Their conditioners look interesting!

ShaSha Company Booth #2639
I’ve heard their bread is delish!

Terracycle CanadaBooth #2802
Pure & Simple is using Terracycle to collect empty bottles. Looks like they make recycling things like cell phones, etc easier.


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@labellafigura10 Event at @lovehusk on Sat Feb 22nd

 

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On Tuesday February 18th I received an email with this image above. Husk is a lovely little retail store in the heart of Yorkville that focuses on organic & natural skincare. And I think so far it’s the only retail store in Toronto that carries Osmia Organics. I’d heard so much good buzz about La Bella Figura on different blogs so I was excited to go to this event & give their products a try. I emailed Husk to schedule my appointment & was lucky enough to get the first spot with Raman Sekhon of La Bella Figura. First thing Raman did was to ask me about my skin. So I told her I was recovering from an allergic reaction. My skin was dry & peeling. Normally I have combination skin that’s acne prone. After telling her what products I was currently using she decided what Bella Figura products she would use on my skin.

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Picture taken by Elegantly Eco of the La Bella Figura table at Husk

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After removing most of my makeup, Raman put the Bio-Active Healing Mask on the cleansed areas of my face to help rehydrate my skin. Some of the key ingredients in this mask are Manuka Honey, Aronia Berry & White Clay. See the full ingredients list here. As most people know, Manuka Honey is great for its nourishing & anti-bacterial properties. Aronia Berry is a powerful anti-oxidant & white clay is a great detoxifier. I looked really funny with the mask on my face! It was as if someone had squished grapes all over my skin I was all purple. But when I washed the mask off after 15 minutes, the texture of my skin felt much smoother & softer than beforehand.

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Image Source: La Bella Figura

Next my face was spritzed with the Jardin de Fleurs Skin Revitalizer. Some the key ingredients in the revitalizer are Raw Coconut Water, Hyaluronic Acid, & Jasmine Flower Water. See the full ingredients list here. This skin revitalizer smells gorgeous & is well named. Jardin de fleurs translates to garden of flowers or flower garden.  It’s lovely enough to be used as a perfume! I don’t normally like rose scents but its nicely layered in here with other flower waters so it isn’t overwhelming. Raw Coconut Water is great for hydration & Hyaluronic acid helps your skin absorb this hydration in your connective tissue.

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Image Source: La Bella Figura

Afterwards Raman used the Barbary Fig Seed Oil, Barbary Fig Renewal Serum, Découverte Under Eye Repair Serum & the Modern Radiance Concentrate. They all felt amazing on my skin & by the time Raman was done with me my skin felt absolutely fabulous. Normally I don’t like walking around in public without any makeup on but I didn’t mind that day. My skin looked that great. Raman & Husk were kind enough to give me a sample size of the Barbary Fig Seed Oil to take home & try. For myself I purchased the Bio-Active Healing Mask ($60.00 CAD) & the Modern Radiance Concentrate ($155.00 CAD). The Modern Radiance Concentrate is quite expensive but I’ve been using it twice a day since Saturday & my dark spots from past acne blemishes have already lightened considerably. With such great results in such a short time I’m now interested in trying more of La Bella Figura’s products when I finish some of my other skincare items. You can find the whole La Bella Figura product line at Husk at 96 Scollard Street, Toronto. Give their lovely store a visit!

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Picture taken by Elegantly Eco. My Husk haul!

Thanks to Raman of La Bella Figura & Husk for putting on this wonderful event!


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Clean Care Event, Sat Dec 7

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I’m so late at posting this. LOL. But everyone in Toronto knows there was an ice storm on Sat Dec 21 & our house lost heat & power that evening. Our power didn’t get turned back on until Thu Dec 27. So needless to say I’m now way behind on my posting schedule. Anyway, on with the story. Clean Care had an event at Chartreuse Style on Sat Dec 7th that I attended.  You might be wondering, what is Clean Care? Well, Clean Care “is Canada’s only trusted seal of approval for safer beauty & personal care products, and is the leading provider of confidence & peace of mind to shoppers as they make their purchasing decisions.” If you click on their members page you’ll see a list of companies that ahere to Clean Care’s principles.  They are also now partnering with stores to place Clean Care member products in a store. Chartreuse Style is now one of those stores where you can purchase products from Clean Care members. A bit about Chartreuse Style: they are located at 1692 Queen Street West in Toronto & focus on environmentally friendly apparel, shoes & accessories.  You can shop in person at the store or also shop online. Any orders $100 or over will ship for free within Canada & the USA. See their website for more details.

@marienatie display @chartreusestyle #cleancare @cleancareshop

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Here’s a shot of the Clean Care section at Chartreuse Style. You can see some Kynk Naturals, Marie Natie Cosmetics, & Berry Plus products displayed here. I didn’t see any Haut Cosmetics on display, but they are also a clean care member & I have reviewed their products. See that review here. My fave Haut Cosmetics products are their Bio-Mineral foundation & Purifying Primer.

Going to events is always fun. I got to check out Kynk NaturalsMarie Natie Cosmetics, & Berry Plus in person. I bought a Marie Natie lip gloss & also a small bottle of  Berry Plus to try.  I also got to meet Jenise Lee, the founder of Clean Care, who recognized me immediately though we’d never met before. Does my photo really look like me Jenise? LOL. I don’t consider myself photogenic so I hate having my photo taken & rarely post it online for everyone to see. I’d rather be the photographer. Jenise & I chatted briefly. Thanks for the sample by the way! Then I took a quick look around Chartreuse Style. I have to say, it’s a lovely store. The store is bright, spacious & well laid out. There are two change rooms at the back near some shelves displaying shoes & bags.  It’s quite far from my neck of the woods though, so I would probably order from them online rather than coming in person every time. But they do have some of my favourite brands like Echoes in the Attic (Bags), Miik Clothing, Oom Ethikwear, & El Naturalista (shoes).

Resaac bags displayed at @chartreusestyle #cleancare event

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Display of bags, shoes, etc near the change rooms at Chartreuse Style

Alas, I had to leave fairly quickly from the event since I was meeting a friend downtown soon after. But please enjoy these shots from the event. Pictures were taken with permission from Clean Care’s facebook page. To see more shots from the event please click on the link.

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One of a Kind Christmas Show 2013

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Squee! I went to the Toronto One of a Kind Show (OOAK) yesterday (open now until Dec 8th). I know I know, its kinda geeky of me. But ever since my high school teacher introduced me to the OOAK I’ve loved it. The first time I attended it was held in the old Automotive Building at the CNE & it looked like a winter wonderland. I thought I’d died & gone to heaven. Since then, the show has of course gotten much larger & more commercial. I’ve come to realize that though the products sold here may be of higher price points, sometimes you do get what you pay for. And if you buy things of better quality & buy less often, you really are saving money. Plus I love supporting Canadian businesses so its all win win for me! To read more about the history of the OOAK Show click here.

And now without further ado, here’s my must visit booth list for the OOAK Show where I either bought or admired things in the booth. I’ve listed the booths by alphabetical order.

@ooak_toronto Marcelo glass artisan booth A20 beautiful #earrings #pendants #jewelley

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Marcelo Glass Artisan – Booth A20
Marcelo Escobar makes some lovely glass jewellry. He had earrings, pendants & bracelets on display. While I really loved the artistry I don’t need any new jewellry right now. But I will keep him in mind for the future! This is what I love about OOAK. Discovering Canadian artisans that I haven’t heard about.
From: Montreal, QC.

@noujica booth A38 @ooak_toronto lovely #scarf & #bags

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Noujica – Booth A38
They make lovely handmade scarfs, hats, belts, earrings & bags from materials such as organic cotton & recycled leather. I bought a lovely cloud scarf for myself at this booth.
From: Montreal, QC.

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Tiffiani Sabri – Booth B09
I wasn’t really in the market for some new artwork. But I was walking by Tiffiani Sabri’s booth & one of her pieces caught my eye. I just couldn’t resist. I bought a small painting from her & am mighty glad I did!
From: Kitchener, ON

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All Things Jill – Booth C21
Also mentioned by Adria Vasil in her post last year about OOAK. I stopped by the booth to sniff her lovely products & bought her massage oil in Zen Lotus which can also be used as a body oil. The oil also comes in Aegean Mint & Sunflower Citrus. Looking forward to trying it out!
From: Calgary, AB

@mandala_designs booth C04 @ooak_toronto #clothing #local

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Mandala Design – Booth C04
One of my fave clothing lines is made by local designer Mandy Armstrong. The booth looked pretty busy so I didn’t go in & try on anything. But I know I can easily get her clothes at Fresh Collective.
From: Toronto, ON.

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R14 purse
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Ressac – Booth D48
Bought a gift for someone at this booth. I can’t say what or for whom obviously! LOL. But Ressac makes modern, edgy bags, wallets & other accessories from recycling punctured inner tubes. I love the clean, modern lines of their products & the different colour options. My next go to place when I want a new bag or wallet.
From: Sherbrooke, QC

@oauthentique oh la la Dead Sea mud soap! @ooak_toronto #soap #organic

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Picture of Olive & Grape Seed Soap & their Dead Sea Mud Soap
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Olive Authentique – Booth D20
Adria Vasil mentioned Olive Authentique in her post last year about OOAK. I took a quick look at their website & fell in love with the Dead Sea Mud Soap (which I purchased).  I also bought a bar of their Olive & Grape Seed Soap to try. They smell so good!
From: Lakefiled, QC

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Maude Blazer
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Paper People Clothing – Booth F08
I discovered Paper People at Fresh Collective when I went to the Kensington boutique for the first time earlier this year. Turns out Adria Vasil also mentioned them in her post about OOAK last year! Local designer Jennifer Fukushima creates new clothing out of recycled materials & eco-friendly textiles. I love the style of her clothing line & of course that it’s eco-friendly. Plus they make everything right in my city!
From: Toronto, ON.


Dvorak Nuts & Chocolate – Booth G52
I just had to stop & see what the “better than sex” sign was about, it made me laugh. Turns out it’s their dark chocolate product. And yes, it is delicious! Though some might argue about the title & whether it is better than sex! LOL. I bought 3 packages. One for me & hubby, & the other two to give away.
From: Delta, BC

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Desserts & Skirts – Booth H26
Another clothing line available at Fresh Collective.  Really, the gals at Fresh Collective know what’s what! Designer Nicole Boudreau also is a Toronto designer. Love their totally feminine line of dresses, tops, & skirts. I purchased a purple tunic/dress from this booth. Both Nicole & her friend were so friendly & funny too!
From: Toronto, ON.

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Vespertine – Booth N30
Melanie Ferrara uses eco-friendly textiles to design her new line of “modern, conscious, effortlesss…& beautiful” clothing. I actually met Melanie when I ordered some custom pieces from her a year ago when she was making clothing under her Device Design line.  Love the new look Melanie!
Note: Quote taken from Vespertine’s About page.
From: Toronto, ON.

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La Louve Dress
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Annie50 – Booth O48
Also available at Fresh Collective, Annie50 is inspired by retro clothing styles but with a modern twist. I love the vibrant colours of their clothing & the unique way they put pieces together. You can choose from up to three colours for some styles in pants, dresses, skirts, tops, etc. I have their Sunset dress in black.
From: Montreal, QC

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Eve Gravel – Booth P44
”Contemporary…flirty & feminine” is a perfect way to describe Eve Gravel’s clothing. Eve herself was there at the booth & she was so nice. Her staff at the booth were also very helpful. I tried on a couple of things & ended up buying the Three of Joy blouse pictured above.
Note: Quote taken from Bio page on Eve Gravel website.
From: Montreal, QC

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Studio Fresh – Booth S29
Okay I’ve talked about Studio Fresh before in my I heart Canadian-made clothing post. I’ve been back to their Danforth Avenue store a second time since my first visit & bought more clothing from them. Connie Meyer’s designs totally suit me. They are whimsical but with a modern & urban flair. The booth was so busy that I couldn’t hope to get into their fitting rooms. But I will definitely go back to visit the store again!
From: Toronto, ON

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Skinny Sweats – Booth R23
I really liked the idea of sweats that didn’t look all baggy & ugly but were still comfy. Skinny Sweats solves this dilemma with a woman’s body in mind. Their skinnies come in different styles & fabrics. I think these pants would be perfect for wearing with long boots in the winter! And in the warmer months they would be a good replacement for yoga pants. I tried on a couple of pairs of the skinny basic but they were way too long for petite ole me. The lady at the booth said they could do a custom pair to fit my height! Now that’s service. Not many designers would do that for you! I’m going to buy one in black & another in a different colour or fabric. I haven’t decided which colour yet.
From: Toronto, ON.

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Abeego – Booth V23
Abeego makes eco-friendly, reusable wraps & pouches as an alternative to the decidedly non-eco-friendly saran wrap.  Their wraps can be used to “Package cheese, form around produce, wrap lunch items, baked goods and more.” I personally use their flat wraps to freeze organic veggies I’ve chopped up.  That’s more eco-friendly than buying a plastic bag of frozen veggies from the supermarket. I bought a package of their different sized wraps & also two of their pouch type wraps. Best thing about Abeego’s products? They are washable & reusable. When they’re finally worn out they can be placed in your compost bin! You can also buy Abeego at the Grassroots store.
Note: Quote taken from One of a Kind Show Abeego Aristan page.
From: Victoria, BC

Well peeps, there’s my round up. I also saw a lot of art, sculpture, & other things that caught my eyes. Of course I can’t mention them all here! Otherwise my post would go on forever. Just get yourself to the  One of a Kind Show & have some fun!