These sustainable fashion companies are made in Montreal

Jul 6 2020, 2:10 pm

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If you’re on the hunt for some sustainable fashion, Montreal has got you covered.

Literally.

The city offers a great collection of sustainable clothing, offering fashion products that are stylish but also geared toward ecological integrity, these products range from womenswear, menswear, footwear, and accessories, all while keeping up with sustainability efforts to protect our planet.

MATT & NAT

 

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MATT & NAT, which stands for material and nature, is a vegan and sustainable clothing store that also uses recycled goods for accessories (their handbags and shoes are made out of 100% recycled plastic bottles.)

Sustainability: All vegan materials
Address: 140 Boulevard Leduc #165, Brossard (Dix30)
Hours: 10 am – 6 pm

Eve Gravel

 

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Founded in Montreal, Eve Gravel has been creating ethically-made clothes using sustainable fabrics since 2005. All of their designs are created in-house and made by local creators.

“Each collection is packed with versatility; from everyday essentials to statement pieces it can fit into any lifestyle which is why the clientele is made up of a diverse range of women,” reads the website.

Sustainability: Local production, ethically-made clothing using sustainable fabrics
Address: 5425 Avenue Casgrain Suite 801A
Hours: 10 am – 5 pm

Kazak

 

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Specializing in locally-made accessories, Kazak’s items are made from recycled leather, fur, and environmentally-friendly fabrics.

The shop also runs a non-profit organization based out of the Dominican Republic.

Sustainability: Local production and recycled products
Address: 333 Casgrain Ave local 705
Hours: 9:30 am – 5 pm

Frank And Oak

 

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Frank and Oak didn’t start out as a sustainable brand but is slowly making the change over the past few years. They say half of their products are now made in an eco-friendly process, including recycled wool and non-contaminated dyes.

The Montreal spot has been around since 2012 and offers affordable clothes for men and women.

Their Montreal shop was also built entirely out of eco-friendly materials.

Sustainability: Eco-friendly materials and recycled packaging
Address: 1420 Rue Stanley and 160 Rue St Viateur East #105
Hours: 12 pm – 6 pm

Amanda Moss

 

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Amanda Moss does all of its sustainability exclusively online and everything is handmade by designers using recycled materials and ethical workshops.

Sustainability: Handmade and ethical workshops
Website: https://amandamoss.ca/

Judith & Charles

 

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This high-end womenswear brand offers stylish and modern clothes that are all made locally in Montreal.

The brand was endorsed by Sophie Trudeau who wore one of their dresses to a Leonard Cohen tribute concert in 2017.

Sustainability: Locally made in Montreal
Address: 2090 Rue de la Montagne
Hours: 11 am – 6 pm

GÉNÉRAL 54

 

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All of Général 54’s clothes are made by local designers and materials are used without harming the planet or the people who make them.

Sustainability: Locally and ethically made
Address: 5145 Boulevard St-Laurent
Hours: 10 am – 6 pm

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