In Good Company



Roots was founded by Michael Budman and Don Green, two city kids who met at a summer camp in Algonquin Park, where they first fell in love with the ideals and beauty of Canada. Starting from a little cabin, they created Roots, inspired by the experience of traveling from their city homes into the heart of Canada’s wilderness. Since founding Roots, they have united the best of cabin and city through unmistakable style, built with uncompromising comfort. “It was a twelve-hour trip by train, bus, and boat to Camp Tamakwa in the heart of Canada’s wilderness that would change everything.”

Mary’s Brigadeiro

Mary’s Brigadeiro is a black woman led business with the mission of realizing Mary’s dream of sharing moments of happiness, joy and fun through her chocolate creations with the rest of the world – through Canada’s vast multicultural influence. Mary started her entrepreneurial journey on her own back in December, 2014 as a young immigrant to Canada and was joined in the business by her partner in late 2017. Together they are leading an ever-growing team of Brigadeiro enthusiasts who have a love for handcrafted chocolate.

King & Bay

King & Bay is a bespoke clothing company based in Toronto’s financial district. Realizing the new paradigm the world has entered and the reality that we’ll likely continue to be ‘in this together’ for the foreseeable future, King & Bay has dedicated recent efforts to public health by launching their own in-house production of high quality, designer face masks. Their stylish made-in-Canada masks are handcrafted from 100% cotton, washable and reusable, and with added features like filter pockets and mouldable nose pieces for a close fit. It is the company’s belief that all of us working together in this way can make a greater difference in our workplaces, our communities and across Canada.​

Jacquie Aiche

Jacquie Aiche

Jacquie Aiche is made with love in Los angeles, California. Each piece of jewelry is designed with the intention of empowering women. Using hand-selected minerals and crystals that inspire feelings of love and beauty, Jacquie Aiche pieces are so much more than just fine jewelry. They are incredibly personal and sacred amulets. Jacquie Aiche has always had a very wild and spiritual nature. Her signature body chains and finger bracelets bring a sense of much-needed sensuality to the often-conservative world of high-end jewelry. When you buy a Jacquie Aiche creation, you become a part of the JA tribe. It’s the beginning of a beautiful relationship that grows in layers and years.

Luxe Dominoes

Luxe Dominoes is the intersection of traditional dominoes and high-end design. The business was founded in Miami by Jonathan Cohen who inherited his life-long passion for dominoes from his grandfather Don Abraham Sultan, also known as “El Catire” and his father Oscar. Luxe Dominoes shines the light on this beloved centuries-old game giving it a new place among great modern design. Each domino box is handmade from a single piece of acrylic by craftsmen in Miami. This technique helps propagate the light throughout each set giving them brilliance even in low light conditions. These chic sets are meant to be displayed and played!


Brunette the Label

Established by Miriam Alden in early 2014, Brunette the Label is a female-founded clothing brand based in Vancouver, BC. All of their products are passionately designed in Canada by the babes at Brunette Headquarters. Brunette the Label believes the word BABE to be a way of life, and strive to create a community that is inclusive of all babes – inspiring, strengthening, and elevating each other to be the best version of ourselves. Miriam is the CEO and Creative Director of Brunette the Label, Brunette Showroom, and The Babe List. Brunette the Label is sold through over 700 stores in Canada, the United States and internationally. We hold the trademark for ‘Brunette’, ‘Blonde’ and ‘Babes Supporting Babes’ on all products in Canada, and on ‘Brunette’ in the USA.

The Cashmere Shop

Toronto’s longest running cashmere purveyor, the Cashmere Shop is the place to go for the finest, 100% mongolian cashmere. Their story began over 25 years ago in Mongolia, and owner/designer Alison Currie keeps its heritage and thoughtful design for heirloom quality and trendsetting pieces. The clothing Alison designs speaks to the timeless sophistication of cashmere itself and continues to delight customers year after year. From the extremely popular fur pom pom winter hats to buttery soft cashmere wraps, oversized heavy knit cashmere sweaters, and bespoke anything, Canadians can’t get enough of The Cashmere Shop.



Simbi was founded in 2013, after the devastating 2010 Earthquake.Long time friends Birgit Grossmann Coles and Lori Manuel Steed discovered a way they could support those most affected by the catastrophe, while pursing what they love: art and fashion for a cause. Every Simbi accessory is handcrafted in Haiti by local artisans to provide sustainable jobs in a place where there are so few. Inspired by traditional style of “ La Vallée”, Simbi preserves precious Haitian culture by carefully hand embroidering many of their pieces with 17th century techniques.



Toronto-born KIP. Sleepwear was founded with the mission of encouraging women to invest in rest. Inspired by the sets she used to received from her native Great Britain, founder Natalie Marshall set out to create the perfect pair of pajamas. Every piece from KIP. has been thoughtfully considered from its high quality, premium cottons to customized monogramming for a bespoke bedtime. KIP. believes that sleep is precious and your pajamas should be, too.

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Taglialatella Galleries

Ever since Dominic J. Taglialatella opened his first gallery in 1978, the Taglialatella brand has been synonymous with Modern and Contemporary art, offering expertise in a range of genres while specializing in the Pop and Street Art movements. Exhibiting the highest quality of paintings, sculptures, and works on paper from blue chip names of the secondary market, as well as promoting the work of internationally renowned living artists—such as Banksy, Mr. Brainwash, Logan Hicks, Invader, Jerkface, Swoon and Russell Young, among others—Taglialatella Galleries has become a destination for long-time art collectors and newcomers alike. With over four decades of success, Taglialatella has expanded to locations in New York City, Palm Beach, Paris and most recently, launching a Toronto location in partnership with Charles Khabouth and Danny Soberano of Ink Entertainment.



Founded in 2000 by John Muscat and Jennifer Wells, Canadian knitwear label LINE has evolved into a 15+ success story. Every collection is an exercise in thoughtful innovation that expresses an ethos of effortless and understated luxury. Customized yarns and yarn blends combined with a love and attention to shape, sleeves and tucks culminate into essential collections for work and play. Whether it’s a heavy gauge cashmere blend crew that defies gravity and floats over the waistline or a double-faced wool coat with measured wiggle room for layering, LINE is ready-to-wear for every one of life’s moments.



Namesake is a custom leather brand fueled by the rich history of the iconic leather jacket and the power of dynamic women.  Namesake elevates the leather jacket from an emblem of style to a symbol of individuality and dedication to the strength of women around the world.  Hand-sewn in Namesake’s Toronto atelier, each Namesake jacket is a one-of-a-kind custom creation, as unique as it’s wearer.