Fashion and Clothing
Given that we’re not going to parties, IRL events or dates at all, you probably don’t feel the need to dress up every day. Just because we aren’t going out doesn’t mean our sense of style goes out the window. These days, it’s all about being comfy and casual with our attire. We’ve curated a list of fashion resources that could just inspire you to experiment with new clothing trends and refresh your fashion sense.
Everpress is on a mission to empower creative independence in a commercial world. It’s a global marketplace where creatives can design and customize their own clothing apparel, offering unique tools to manufacture and sell your own creations. The Independent music campaign showcases shirts where a percentage of proceeds goes towards charity. Checkout this Isolation shirt or follow them on Instagram @everpresshq.
Leela is a platform for you to express yourself through fashion by creating an image of yourself in the clothing that you have chosen. “Dress up your multiple selves in the non-physical world of digital fashion.”
Totes Together (Shop Closed)
Totes Together is an initiative to support hospitality businesses that are affected by a lack of trade. All profits of tote bags sold will go directly to nominated cafes, restaurants and local hospitality businesses who need support.
BAZAAR’s global fashion director has managed to organize the fashion’s industry’s first virtual runway filmed at different locations across the globe. The online spectacle was enacted to raise awareness for the amfAR Fund to Fight COVID-19. Get a front show seat to the world’s first online fashion show from the comfort of your home.
Founded in 2012, Northside of the Map is a streetwear and lifestyle company based in Toronto, Ontario. Their brand is built on versability, regality and fearlessness. In light of recent events, they have launched a Quarantine LookBook, taken from the safety from home, to support the global fight to end COVID-19.
Local Toronto Art Director and designer Lianna Petridis has begun selling hand stitched t-shirts online directly through Instagram. Not only are these shirts sewn with love and intricacy, a portion of these proceeds are going directly to Red Cross Canada or COVID Relief.
This page features just one of 6 categories of resources compiled as part of Stay Home, Stay Inspired: A Guide for Creatives. This resource was developed by Toronto-based agency Now Creative Group to support the creative community, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.