INLAND returns with its Spring 2022 popup at Design Exchange
INLAND, Canada’s favourite curated fashion marketplace, is returning after a two-year hiatus with a three-day popup from May 6 to May 8 at Toronto’s Design Exchange. It will feature over 40 of Canada’s most defining brands, including Eliza Faulkner, Anne Dahl, Ayimach Horizons, Hotpot Variety, and Selfish Swimwear. INLAND’s mission is to make it easy to discover, shop and feel good about everyday wardrobe decisions while empowering Canadian fashion creatives. New this season, INLAND is joining forces with Fashion Art Toronto who will present runway shows from 40 Canadian designers alongside fashion-inspired art installations.
“INLAND’s mission centres around sharing sustainable collections, advocating for diverse representation and amplifying local voices. We do this through bringing together Canada’s most celebrated small-batch designers and ethical creators,” says Sarah Power, founder and director of INLAND. “After two long years, we’re thrilled to return to our in-person roots, welcoming designers from ten cities across Canada. We look forward to connecting in-person once again!”
Fashion Art Toronto’s runway shows will feature contemporary and experimental collections from Canadian creators including Charles Lu, L’Uomo Strano by Mic. Carter, House of Etiquette, H.Y.L.A, Neoteny Apparel, TheBabaGang and more.
“Fashion Art Toronto and INLAND share the same goal — to support and shine a spotlight on Canadian fashion designers and artisans. Joining forces for the 2022 event felt natural. We can’t wait to welcome people to the Design Exchange this May, where they can watch dynamic runway shows, shop local brands and socialize with friends. It’s going to be an incredible celebration of Canadian fashion,” says Vanja Vasic, founder and executive director, Fashion Art Toronto.
INLAND visitors can enter the Design Exchange free of charge to shop for apparel and accessories from over 40 Canadian designers on the third floor.
INLAND POPUP HOURS
May 6 from 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
May 7 from 12:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
May 8 from 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.