How Red Rebel Armour Founder Sean Rayland Turned Pain Into Purpose

January 26, 2021 at 06:37PM For Anishinaabe entrepreneur Sean Rayland, launching the streetwear line Red Rebel Armour wasn’t just about representing Indigenous culture in a fashion context. It’s also about love, reconciliation and healing – both personal, and across communities. “I got involved in the criminal justice system early on,”

Changemaker Sage Paul on Building a Future for Indigenous Design

November 26, 2020 at 02:45PM As the founder of Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto (IFWTO) and a thought leader in Canada’s style space, Sage Paul has made great strides for Indigenous representation within fashion: She facilitated an unprecedented capsule collection featuring eight Indigenous labels in partnership with Quebec retailer Simons that

Texture Talk: 3 Canadian Petitions to Sign to Demand Textured Hairstyling is Taught in Beauty School Ed

November 13, 2020 at 11:17PM There’s a maddening lack of salon pro’s trained to work with textured hair, which can result in shame, rejection and embarrassment for clients. Here are three Canadians leading change with petitions demanding that textured hairstyling becomes a standard part of Canadian beauty school education. Nancy