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 If you don't know this brand yet, you've probably been living under a rock. The Peace Collective is Toronto based clothing brand that not only brings dope designs that promotes Torontonian pride but  also focuses on a cause that's close to home. The Peace Collective works with Breakfast for Learning to help fight against poverty and hunger. You can learn more about the cause they're fighting for here.

The brand is slowly taking over Toronto, and even Canada with their new Canada Collection. There are many new exciting things happening and you don't want to miss it! Check out their website here, and if you plan on supporting the cause and buying a product make sure to use my code 'sammyhuynn' for 15% off! 
Altogether, it's really great to see all these new clothing lines in Toronto. I think it's safe to say Toronto is a pretty fashionable city. I believe that it's always important to shop local, whether it's clothing, food, or other essential items. Shopping local is much more than just supporting local creators and artists. It is about lowering your carbon footprints by reducing the transportation of goods, helping your local economy, and empowering young entrepreneurs who are trying to make a positive impact in our community and world. Below is a list of Toronto-based vendors and local markets that you can check out:

Vendors 
Felony Case (Phone Cases)
Vitaly (Men's Apparel and Jewelry)
Cara Cheung (Women's Apparel)
The Saltwater Collective (Unisex Apparel)
Province Apothecary (Organic Skincare and Facials)
WAWA (Hand-Printed Apparel)
Kastor and Pollux (Women's Apparel)
The Relatable Co. (Unisex Apparel)
Fortnight Lingerie (Women's Lingerie)
Makoa (Women's Swimwear)
It's Mary Young (Women's Lingerie and Loungewear)

Local Markets

I hope this post encourages to explore your city and the cool local vendors within your community!

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