Photography courtesy of Instagram/@cara0delevingne.

Feel-good fashion moments come in many forms, and this week’s Canadian fashion moments prove it. From Cara Delevingne hitting the streets of Paris in a cozy piece from outerwear brand Moose Knuckles, to Sandy Gill playing mix master in traditional South Asian attire and sweatpants, you can’t ask for better examples of the diversity in local design we have available to us.

Cara Delevingne in Moose Knuckles

The British supermodel and actress popped up in Paris sporting a utilitarian-chic jacket by Montreal-based brand Moose Knuckles. Delevingne was in the City of Lights to walk in the joy-sparking Fendi Haute Couture Spring 2021 show, which was designer Kim Jones’s debut for the iconic house.

Sandy Gill in Tuff Bandit

Making a case for finding new ways to wear your favourite pieces, content creator and designer Sandy Gill paired bright yellow track pants from her recently-launched streetwear label, Tuff Bandit, with an embellished top from Brampton’s Sahiba Fashions.

Emma Chamberlain in Jenny Bird

Playing dress-up during lockdown has been a preoccupation for many; web personality and coffee entrepreneur Emma Chamberlain went full-’90s this week in a spicy, Spice Girl-worthy set that was complemented by a chainlink necklace by Toronto accessory brand, Jenny Bird. The label recently made the news with the launch of its All Love collection, which sees a portion of profits being donated to the LGBTQ+ youth resource, The Trevor Project.



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