The Coleanthus Cardigan 3/4 Sleeve in blue tweed is modern and classic all at the same time. Made of a funky blue tweed with little flecks of chartreuse green, this cardi is going to be your best friend going into spring and summer. It’s got all the coverage you need to make your summer tanks and dresses work-appropriate, and because it’s made of a cotton blend, it’s super breathable so you won’t overheat! It’s also available in several colours of lush bamboo blend. Scroll down to see three ways we styled this great piece.
The Nanomia Shrug is that perfect little topper you’ve been looking for. Made from a bamboo and cotton blend, this sweater is breathable and stretchy, so its useful in almost any situation. It comes in purple, black, light grey and dark grey, so there’s sure to be one to catch your eye! Scroll down to see three ways this shrug can complete your look. Continue reading →
Spring is finally on its way, and the Tibouronia Tunic is exactly what you need to boost you through that inter-seasonal transition period then cruise through into summer! A reimagined version of the Apiomorpha Tunic, this iteration is made of organic cotton and bamboo and comes in 5 stunning colour combos. Scroll down to see how we styled this tunic for work and play!
As you have probably seen, I recently launched my Spring/ Summer 2017 collection. It’s been 10 months in the making and I’m always excited when I get to share the projects I’ve been working on. By taking some of my classic designs and updating them- and adding eye-catching splashes of colour- I feel like this collection is a really great reflection of my design aesthetic and philosophy.
There are so many steps involved in making a clothing collection from concept to creation, and each one comes with its own set of challenges. In this post I wanted to outline the different phases I go through every time I design for a new season. Scroll down or click the ‘Read More’ link to see all of the steps I take to turn an idea into a well-rounded, appealing collection.
Being made in Canada is integral to our identity at Jennifer Fukushima. When you invest in one of our pieces, you are getting an item that was made in Toronto- from concept to creation. This is important to us because it expands the options for Canadians to buy domestically-made products. Not only that, it allows us to employ Canadian contractors and tradespeople, which helps keep the local maker communities alive and well.
Two weeks ago, we posted about our upcoming move and the gentrification of our studio building at 310 Spadina. As Part 2 in that series, we would like to introduce some of the building’s other tenants! Sameer, Gale and Gillian all agreed to take the time to speak with me about the changing face of Toronto.
Please welcome our newly minted marketing manager, Molly! Molly worked for me in the past as a communications intern while she was studying Fashion Design at Ryerson University. In today’s post, we’ll discuss new beginnings, the Canadian fashion industry and road trips.
This April 24th marks the 3 year anniversary of the Rana Plaza garment factory collapse that killed 1,134, injured over 2,500 and affected the lives of so many more. Fashion Revolution Day, now Fashion Revolution Week was created to shine a light on the conditions under which our clothes are made, to spread awareness and to bring respect to garment workers across the world.