Pop-Up Pick: Made Inland, a marketplace selling clothes and accessories from over 80 Canadian designers
For patriotic locals who’d like to escape the TIFF frenzy this weekend, there’s Made Inland, an enormous marketplace at 99 Sudbury that will be packed with tons of stylish clothing and accessories—all of which happen to be made in Canada. There will be stuff from over 80 Canadian designers, including rugged menswear from 18 Waits, stylish jewellery from the Dundas boutique Armed, comfy loungewear from Skinny Sweats and feathered hair pieces from Headmistress. (The entire lookbook is available for download here.) Tucked between the booths, shoppers will find service and demo stations, including a sustainable-style hub and “The Make Den,” a sewing studio with info on upcycling, monogramming and custom fittings. When you factor in the mini-makeovers, sewing lessons and fully stocked cash bar, it seems like a pretty comprehensive shopping experience—one that’s totally worth the $10 price tag ($12 at the door).
Sat., Sept. 6–Sun., Sept. 7. 99 Sudbury St., madeinland.ca