Wear Notes Fall

Luxury felt

Louis Vuitton has launched its Felt Line that features three three iconic Louis Vuitton pieces – a Keepall, a soft trunk and an overcoat – reimagined in organic cotton, recycled wool-based jacquard, 100% recycled polyester derived from existing stocks, and recycled plastic. Unveiled during Louis Vuitton’s Fall-Winter 2021 show by Men’s Artistic Director Virgil Abloh, the Felt Line reflects the House’s ground-breaking approach to circular creativity.


Bold winter style

Nobis Outerwear has launched its 15th anniversary collection as the boldest, most colorful and unexpected collection ever. The Fall/Winter 2021 line fuses nature-inspired prints and unexpected styles, textures and textiles for the entire family, all with the technical function to perform in the most extreme winter climate conditions. The collection will be available at Nordstrom and Nobis.com – waiting on hi res images from brand —


Unbound Merino

Canadian owned brand, Unbound Merino, offers premium Merino wool clothing that is wrinkle, odour and stain resistant. The best part? It’s naturally antibacterial and moisture-wicking, so can be worn for weeks on end without needing a wash. Given its super soft feel and high-performance properties, Merino has been primarily used for activewear and base layers, but Unbound Merino has taken a more stylish and timeless approach with designs that are versatile for any occasion.


Fur free fashion

Two of Canada’s most well-known luxury brands are calling it quits on real fur. Canada Goose has announced it will no longer make its parkas with fur by the end of 2022. And, upscale retailer Holt Renfrew has also announced it will no longer sell products containing fur or animal skins by the end of this year.