AnnouncementINLAND partners with Bayview Village for new two-month concept shop

INLAND partners with Bayview Village for new two-month concept shop

From November 2 to December 27, INLAND will present a rotating mix of 50 Canadian apparel, jewelry and accessory designers.

 

INLAND, Canada’s favourite curated fashion marketplace, is collaborating with Bayview Village Shopping Centre, one of Canada’s most prestigious shopping venues, to host a fall/winter 2022 concept shop. Open from November 2 to December 27, the space will feature over 50 of Canada’s rising fashion, jewelry and accessory brands, including Ahiri, Azure Lazuli, BIDDELL and Vimeria

 

As the go-to shopping platform for quality local brands, INLAND seeks to empower Canadian fashion creatives by making it easy to discover, shop and feel good about everyday wardrobe choices. The 2,300 sq. ft. retail space will be managed by INLAND with a dedicated customer service team, complete inventory management and a customized media program to amplify each curated collection. Brands have the flexibility to share their designs through a showroom-style or try-and-buy retail model.

 

INLAND is constantly evolving to present new and innovative ways for customers to connect with Canadian collections. Our multi-channel platform propels brand discovery through our online shop, signature three-day events and now with our two-month concept shop at Bayview Village,” says Sarah Power, founder and director, INLAND. “Shoppers will be inspired by the gallery-like showcase of exclusively Canadian collections. INLAND will present a schedule of Meet The Designer nights, virtual shopping events and brand discovery stations to further connect shoppers with the stories beyond each collection.

 

 

Images: Hoyden, Claudia Amarel, Simone’s Rose, Valerie Dumaine, STUDIO, Anavi, Vimeria, Anne Dahl, Wearshop

 

“We’ve always had a soft spot at Bayview Village for Canadian designers,” says Melissa Evans, senior vice president, retail and mixed use, national marketing, QuadReal Property Group. “Whether by virtue of our retail curation which includes the likes of Ron White, Brian Bailey and Vivian Shyu to name but a few; via collaborations with Canadian designer-focused partners like INLAND; or through our various pop-ups — aka short-term residencies for designers to test drive product and market — we are always aiming to shine a spotlight on homegrown talent as well as, give our customers something they just can’t get everywhere else.”

Shoppers can visit the concept shop, located between Ron White and MAC Cosmetics, throughout the holiday shopping season. For more information on how to get to Bayview Village, visit Bayview Village’s website

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