News from the Workshop
Discover the secrets of our new Spring-Summer collection mars 6, 2015 14:16
The multiple inspirations behind the collection
Delicate and elegant, the new Spring-Summer collection is truly a breath of fresh air! Inspired by the vast open spaces of the country and by the soft lights of spring, it reflects our passion for nature and simple pleasures.
Through its pastel tones and the softness of its fabrics, this collection borrows from our sweetest childhood memories. Bike rides, races through the fields or the soft summer breeze are all simply delightful moments that inspired our new pieces.
Our creation process
Emilie Rioux, the designer of the brand, opted once again for unique prints and sustainable materials to tailor the pieces of this new collection. Both gentle for the environment, and for your skin, organic cotton is once again at the heart of our work. Linen and Modal knits are also featured. Their incredible softness will undoubtedly win you over!
What about you? What does spring inspire you? Tell us about it here, in the comment section.Or share your inspirational photos on social networks! Don’t forget to tag us and to use our hashtag #collectthemoments, so we can see you and answer you :)
See you very soon!
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Where to celebrate Valentine’s Day? 3 Montreal restaurants to discover! janvier 30, 2015 16:08 20 Comments
February’s on its way, and some of you may already be planning Valentine's Day...
Whether you are single or in a couple, February 14th, is the opportunity to experiment! Following this idea, here is a short selection of resto-bars with different atmospheres and specialties...
For a chic and romantic dinner, Le Serpent
Located in the heart of La Fonderie Darling, Le Serpent has quickly become a very popular Montreal restaurant. Very contemporary, it offers a revisited Italian cooking at affordable prices even if slightly above average. With its dinner menu, adjustable to every wish, and its extensive wine list, Le Serpent ensures you a delightful evening!
Price: between $ 16 and $ 29 for a main course
Photo credit : James Brittain
For an easy going and warm rendez-vous, Le Manitoba
Located in the Mile-ex, Le Manitoba is very likely to win your heart... Between local delicacies and products from indigenous cultures, the choice is as original as wide. Seasonal vegetables, meats, seafood, fish, natural wines, beers and cocktails… There are plenty of wonders at Le Manitoba!
Price: between $ 17 and $ 28 for a main course
Photo credit : Ulysse Lemerise
For a girls night out, Le Thazard
Lovers of Le café Sardine/Iwashi will be happy to find Chef Hachiro Fujise’s offerings at the surprising Thazard! Located on the Saint Laurent Boulevard, this restaurant borrows the French pace of little bistros... The similarities end here, while what is proposed is nothing like a “steak-frites”! Cocktails, menchikatsus croquettes, miso poutine and the even more amazing... octopus hot dog! You may live a very unique culinary experience here!
Price: À la carte formula, between $ 7 and $ 14
Photo credit : Thazard
Workshop sale + Contest!
But now that I have given you these mouthwatering suggestions, I bet you're already wondering what to wear for the occasion... What about dropping by our next workshop sale, from February 11th to 14th? We promise you a preview of the new Spring 2015 collection as well as several discounts! And since "when one loves, one doesn't count", we want to give you the chance to win a $ 20 gift certificate exchangeable during our workshop sale!
How to participate? Tell us about your favorite restaurant, in the comments below :)
Until February 8th. Find all the details on the Facebook page of the event. Good luck all!
The mariniere, its classic and timeless appeal! décembre 25, 2014 12:47
The mariniere is without a doubt a key piece to have in your wardrobe. Comes summer or winter, it always as its place! This classic piece was originally tailored for sailors. Coco Chanel largely contributed to popularizing this garment, with the creation of her short mariniere. But its skyrocketing rise to fame happened on the big screen, with Jean Seberg in the movie À bout de souffle by Jean-Luc Godard. After now many years, its popularity never faded, and it has become a must have!
Timeless, practical and elegant, it is easy to transpose this piece in different day to day scenes of our lives. Whether worn with a jean or a high waisted skirt, this versatile piece navigates easily between our favorite outfits. Imagine the endless possibilities, when investing in a well tailored mariniere!
How can you recreate a mariniere inspired outfit? What do you think about this combination, showcasing our Oh so soft! Caleta Sweater and Louie Skirt? Both made of Modal knit.