STATION COLD BREW

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   Meeting people like the gentlemen behind Station Cold Brew is the (selfish) reason this journal was started: to have through-provoking conversations with the dynamic entrepreneurs moving and shaking this great city of ours. Very quickly establishing themselves at the top of Toronto's conscious artisanal food and beverage scene, Mitch, Steve and Mike are ...

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SLM PANTS

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I met the women behind SLM Pants at INLAND. What struck me instantly was their confidence, their direct approach, and the very cool fact that the women in question were actually a very kick-ass mother and her two very driven daughters. It's hard enough for us to get along with our parents and with ...

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RACHEL SIN | TORONTO FASHION DESIGNER

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"Take pride in everything you do, just good enough sucks." I met Rachel Sin as part of the INLAND collaboration photoshoot with all of the designers, and I instantly connected to her poised and sophisticated demeanor. We spoke briefly and discovered both of us studied at Ryerson at about the same time, Rachel ...

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CAITLIN POWER | TORONTO FASHION DESIGNER

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Sarah Power has her hand on the pulse of cool Canadian fashion. She created INLAND to connect design savvy shoppers with a hand-picked selection of the most interesting independent Canadian designers. I had been following INLAND on social media for a while, as it's such a great resource of interesting fresh creators. ...

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JM & SONS | TORONTO FURNITURE DESIGNERS

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In our inaugural interview, we sat down with Toronto’s JM & Sons to talk about their successes and challenges as entrepreneurs. We were introduced to Mackenzie and Junior through their beautiful reclaimed wood furniture, but we found out they are so much more than that. They are two thoughtful friends, who love adventure ...

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KITTEN AND THE BEAR | TORONTO JAM MAKERS

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Behind the beautifully intimate and artisanal brand Kitten and the Bear are the powerhouse duo of Sophie Kaftal and Bobby Zielinski. Speaking with passion about the quality renaissance they are part of in Toronto, Bobby and Sophie are and exciting and clear example of what the future of entrepreneurship holds. ...

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LOWER CITY JOINERY | HAMILTON CUSTOM WOODWORKING

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Being a photographer, my work often feels intangible. No longer do we develop negatives, toil for hours in the darkroom inhaling toxic fumes to emerge with a perfectly printed image. I don't think I've seen my work printed in the last year. And so I've got a healthy respect and fascination with creators who actually ...

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NEEDLEWORK | HAMILTON FABRIC SHOP + WORKSPACE

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   Deciding to move to Hamilton meant quite a lot of walking trips in various neighbourhoods to decide which one to call home. The dynamic, yet gritty, James St. North kept calling my attention. The month art crawls, the supercrawls, the movement of new shops and restaurants opening up on the street held a lot ...

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SARA BAIG | TORONTO WEDDING DESIGNER

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I had the pleasure of getting to know Sara Baig over the last year when we worked on a few wedding-related projects through The Love Studio. I instantly connected to her eclectic yet refined taste, informed by having lived in different parts of the world.  An architect by education, Sara’s approach to wedding design always ...

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Thursday, May 21, 2015

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