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1. declaire beauty. featured in the april issue of flare magazine (canadian top influencers incl. yours trully on the cover). a home grown luxury, natural skincare and cosmetics company committed to bringing you unparalleled products that are both good for you and our planet. with each purchase a percentage will go to a charitable organization. all the products are manufactured in canada and the ingredients reflect their commitment to sustainability. think natural, paraben free, petrochemical free and cruelty free.

2. plant terrariums. our favourite plant shop moved a few doors down to a bigger, brighter location! bringing in more plants bigger plants and carrying an assortment of curated good you will just want to get your hands on. my favourite are the japanese moss balls and their new and improved workshop space. visit them at 1327 9th avenue se (in inglewood) and online

3. wysh collective. kristina regehr (yes you read that right), began wysh collective as a passion project upon moving to la to follow her husbands hockey career. inspired by her grandfather who was a geologist she took her love for raw natural elements, stones and metals and transforms the into wearable pieces of art. there are three collection tiers, finery, which are higher end, gold/silver and precious gemstones, modern vintage which is a collection of refurbished vintage pieces, and romy, the backbone of the collection that represent your everyday pieces that you will treasure and wear for years to come. find out more at

4. land of ed. the duo who founded land of ed in 2014 met in london, taking their collective experience in design and commercial fashion they wanted to make a difference in the world of fashion. having worked for international fashion giants like stella mccartney, coach and j.crew these women know what they are talking about. creating functional, modern bags that women love and actually need helps support children’s educational initiatives around the world. each limited edition range is dedicated to a developing international community determined to teach their children. the patrick bag (£100 ~ $250) will be building a school in burma. learn more at

5. stuff. calm, cool and collected, you know have a brand new destination for those hard to find gifts for him. the store offers a selection of curated brands from all around the world as well as local artists and locally made goods like local laundry, good luck sock, corey nespor and many more. my favourite are the assortment of beautifully packaged flavoured toothpicks from daneson. i also walked away with two original pieces by corey nespor., #102, 709 11th ave sw

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