Sustainable Clothing Brand Laura Siegel is Holding a Sample Sale in Toronto
Handcrafted, ethical, and up to 80% off? Yes, please.
It is hard not to love the sustainable brand Laura Siegel, which combines floaty fabrics with a sustainable mission. Each item, from faux fur coats to sleek tunics, is handcrafted by artisans from rural villages around the world, employed as an effort to uplift and mentor.
The brand’s founder, Laura Siegel, aims to create the opposite of fast fashion with her eponymous line. She strongly believes in the process of creating by hand, and has stated that no machine will be able to achieve the same level of raw beauty as an artist. From this stance, Project 1127 was born. Following the tragedy of the Rana Plaza factory collapse, artisans in India hand-wove 1,127 limited edition scarves using recycled fabrics. The proceeds directly assisted the affected families.
If you’re ready to get your hands on some incredible, ethically-made clothing from Laura Siegel, now is your time. On February 27th from 3pm-7pm and the 28th from 11am-7pm, make your way to 45 Ossington Avenue for the brand’s ‘can’t miss’ sample sale. A small number of special pieces from the archives will be sold as well as a large range of more recent collections. Handcrafted, ethical, and up to 80% off? Yes, please.
If you can’t make it, no need to panic. You can indulge in sustainable shopping all year round at Holt Renfrew and Aloja. Either way, take a peek at some current Laura Siegel pieces and feel inspired.