July 22, 2017 Found - #MadeTru
#madetru is about taking you into our process — it's important to know where your clothes are made. And while we're at it, we're other like-minded makers, because a movement doesn't happen alone. Here are five independent makers we love who proudly share where and how their products are made.
These beauties make up the core team of Miranda Bennett Studio, a collection of seasonless, plant-dyed apparel manufactured by an all female team. Releasing two “Editions” yearly, these fab ladies have mastered the art of elevated everyday wear for conscious babes everywhere. We'll take one of everything!
Like us, Hackwith Design House does everything under one roof. From marketing and meetings to sewing and shipping. Designs include modern basics like linen jumpsuits and easy-to-wear dresses, maker collaborations accessories, and yes, even swimwear. Primarily made-to-order means each Hackwith piece is literally made for you — don’t you feel special.
Makers of our some of our most favourite candles, Woodlot, also happens to call Mount Pleasant home. Located just down the street from the Truvelle HQ, the duo behind Woodlot hand blends, mixes, and pours cleaning-burning, petroleum-free coconut waxes candles and body products. I mean, how much more local can you get?
To learn more about our processes within the Truvelle Garment Studio, visit our #madetru page.