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ELLE QUEBEC | JUNE 2022

ELLE QUEBEC | JUNE 2022

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Written by Arin Gintowt
https://www.ellequebec.com/mode/shopping-mode/achat-local-20-robes-dete-pour-toutes-les-silhouett...
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VANCOUVER IS AWESOME | JUNE 2022

VANCOUVER IS AWESOME | JUNE 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
Based in Montreal but formerly of Vancouver Island, Eliza Faulkner's eponymous fashion label began with linen dresses handmade in her living room. The operation has since grown in the last 10 years and evolved into a full ready-to-wear brand with jackets, tops, bottoms, and accessories but all with the same signature whimsy that she has become known for.
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HARPERS BAZAAR | MAY 2022

HARPERS BAZAAR | MAY 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
Black linen may seem counterintuitive, but that's only true if you plan to spend the entire day in the sunlight. This adjustable dress from Eliza Faulkner is a no-brainer for warm summer days, especially if you're working from an office.
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MARIE CLAIRE | MAY 2022

MARIE CLAIRE | MAY 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
If you want a linen dress in your closet that feels dramatic rather than overly-simplified, consider this pick from Eliza Faulkner. The collar! The bow-front design! The voluminous shape! I love it all.
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FASHION MAGAZINE | MAY 2022

FASHION MAGAZINE | MAY 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
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FASHION MAGAZINE | MAY 2022

FASHION MAGAZINE | MAY 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
Eliza Faulkner wants you to twin with your toddler! Just in time for the summer, the Quebec-based brand has released The Baby Angelica dress, which is an exact replica of one of their most popular women’s styles. Made from 100 per cent Oeko-Tex certified linen, the tiny tot collection comes in three colours (mirroring the adult assortment) and is sure to inspire some mommy-and-me outfits.
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V MAGAZINE | April 2022

V MAGAZINE | April 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
"When I started my brand, ‘sustainable’ fashion was very beige and I wanted an alternative to that," Faulkner says. "I started using deadstock when I saw all the amazing fabrics available locally at dealers in Montréal. There is still a pretty big garment industry here and the leftovers from bigger brands are everywhere, so I use that to produce locally and keep my supply chain very short. "
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FASHION | April 2022

FASHION | April 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
Spring weather is unpredictable. One minute it’s warm and sunny, the next it’s cold and windy (and sometimes snowy). That’s why transitional coats are essential for this confusing time of year. The right outwear will keep you warm and dry without sacrificing your style.
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WHO WHAT WEAR | April 2022

WHO WHAT WEAR | April 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
Ahead, you’ll find 49 pieces on my wish list right now. Consider these inspiration for your spring shopping list.
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NY MAG | March 2022

NY MAG | March 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
"A trend without a name has, for the past few years, spread throughout the fashion industry: exposed, decorative seams sewn on a machine called a serger (also known as an overlock machine), a style I’ve been calling “sergercore.” You are probably wearing serged seams right now: Turn your T-shirt inside out and look for two straight lines of stitching with an interlocking wiggle of thread between them. Sergercore puts these seams on the outside of the garment or uses them to finish a hem without hiding it behind a fold. (The technique is a cousin of the lettuce hem, which involves serging a stretch fabric with settings adjusted to create a ruffle.)"
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THE KIT | March 2022

THE KIT | March 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
"Let’s get real: Finding stylish clothes larger than XL isn’t easy. While there certainly has been a push for fashion brands to expand beyond straight sizing in recent years, limited in-store availability, exorbitant shipping costs and fewer styles to choose from are still common challenges. But the fact is, people of all sizes want to express personal style and wear beautiful clothes, made with gorgeous fabrics in a range of silhouettes, colours and prints. "
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TZR | March 2022

TZR | March 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
"One of the variants of maximalism Lee has on her radar is what the trend forecaster calls “Avant Apocalypse.” An extension of the subversive basics trend, the end-of-the-world aesthetic is characterized by asymmetry, deconstruction, non-formulaic layering, and a muted and sooty color palette."
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NYLON | February 2022

NYLON | February 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
https://www.nylon.com/fashion/new-york-fashion-week-street-style-fall-2022
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THE CUT | February 2022

THE CUT | February 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
https://www.thecut.com/2022/02/the-best-street-style-at-new-york-fashion-week-fall-2022.html
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ELLE | February 2022

ELLE | February 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
https://www.elle.com/uk/fashion/g22736205/best-street-style-new-york-fashion-week/?slide=2
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PAUSE ONLINE | February 2022

PAUSE ONLINE | February 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
https://pausemag.co.uk/2022/02/street-style-shots-new-york-fashion-week-day-6-4/
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MARIE CLAIRE | February 2022

MARIE CLAIRE | February 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
Make your summer slip dress feel winter weather-ready by layering it over a long-sleeve top. If you want to show a little skin, choose a layering piece that’s on the sheerer side.
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TORONTO STAR | February 2022

TORONTO STAR | February 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
A dress is never just a dress. A symbol of multi-layered social and cultural identity, a dress, or anything we put on for that matter, reveals something intimate about the wearer. The Pippa dress by Montreal designer Eliza Faulkner feels like a contemporary take on “power dressing,” a term born in the 1970s with origins found in the Chanel suit of the 1920s, said to be a fashion style that “enables women to establish their authority in a professional environment traditionally dominated by men” (thanks, Wikipedia). The way we dress, express and articulate gender has thankfully evolved, but I still enjoy a vintage reference when it comes to fashion, especially if it involves a peep-hole bow-tie neckline with bright green topstitching.
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THE HAMILTON SPECTATOR | February 2022

THE HAMILTON SPECTATOR | February 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
"Sarah Power knows Canadian designers. As the founder of Inland, Power has created a marketplace stocked with outstanding homegrown clothing and accessories — Lesley Hampton, Hilary MacMillan and Cat Janiga are just a few of the dozens of top-tier designers available on the site. But Power is more than a retailer — she’s a tireless champion for Canadian fashion talent. We asked Power to share a few Canadian pieces she’s most excited about right now. Her list is so good, a winding path of creative discovery in the fields of fashion, decor and art."
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THE RECORD | February 2022

THE RECORD | February 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
"A dress is never just a dress. A symbol of multi-layered social and cultural identity, a dress, or anything we put on for that matter, reveals something intimate about the wearer. The Pippa dress by Montreal designer Eliza Faulkner feels like a contemporary take on “power dressing,” a term born in the 1970s with origins found in the Chanel suit of the 1920s, said to be a fashion style that “enables women to establish their authority in a professional environment traditionally dominated by men” (thanks, Wikipedia). The way we dress, express and articulate gender has thankfully evolved, but I still enjoy a vintage reference when it comes to fashion, especially if it involves a peep-hole bow-tie neckline with bright green topstitching."
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THE KIT | February 2022

THE KIT | February 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
"Eliza: The Paris proposal was pretty romantic, but I think it’s the little everyday things he does: the sneaky hugs and kisses that keep it romantic and fun. With little kids, a shared business and a pandemic, it’s easy to forget about those little things. He’s fiery and passionate and willing to fight for love. I think that’s romantic.” 
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THE KIT | February 2022

THE KIT | February 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
A dress is never just a dress. A symbol of multilayered social and cultural identity, a dress, or anything we put on for that matter, reveals something intimate about the wearer. The Pippa dress by Montreal designer Eliza Faulkner feels like a contemporary take on “power dressing,” a term born in the 1970s with origins found in the Chanel suit of the 1920s, said to be a fashion style that “enables women to establish their authority in a professional environment traditionally dominated by men” (thanks, Wikipedia). The way we dress, express and articulate gender has thankfully evolved, but I still enjoy a vintage reference when it comes to fashion, especially if it involves a peep-hole bow-tie neckline with bright green topstitching.
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COVETEUR | February 2022

COVETEUR | February 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
https://coveteur.com/fashion-week-street-style-shopping
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BYRDIE | February 2022

BYRDIE | February 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
Red and pink harmoniously come together in this bow top destined for Valentine’s Day. Pair with simple black trousers and sleek accessories, like beige flats and pearl earrings.
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SEVENTEEN | January 2022

SEVENTEEN | January 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
https://www.seventeen.com/fashion/celeb-fashion/a39001009/olivia-rodrigo-balaclava/
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REFINERY 29  | January 2022

REFINERY 29 | January 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
"The balaclava is also this season's most sought-after item as reported by global fashion shopping platform Lyst. Miu Miu’s crochet hood and face covering and Stone Island’s ribbed wool balaclava landed on the top 10 hottest products list for women and men, respectively. "
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FASHIONISTA | January 2022

FASHIONISTA | January 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
"Being in Montréal, it's so cold here, so I designed them as more of a practical thing," Faulkner says, adding that she was happy to use up the extra fabric. "I do think it's having its peak moment, but it's also really practical, especially in a place as cold as Montréal when you have so many layers on already. It's nice to just throw one thing on."
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DAILY ADVENT | January 2022

DAILY ADVENT | January 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
"Faulkner's frilly and functional balaclavas are made using a soft, warm blend of wool and Tencel. They're super lightweight, which Faulkner argues makes them the perfect playful layering piece."
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VERO | January 2022

VERO | January 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
VERO magazine -  Black Jacquard Cece Dress featured
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NYLON | January 2022

NYLON | January 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
Now, the balaclava is associated with not only keeping you warm, but it also has apocalyptic connotations. Its protective and concealing qualities make the headpiece nearly ominous — think Purge vibes, but make it fashion.
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Refinery 29 | January 2022

Refinery 29 | January 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
Balaclavas are quickly becoming one of this season's biggest accessories.
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Eliza Faulkner creative waste-reducing balaclava featured in Fashion magazine online

Fashion Magazine | January 2022

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Written by Eliza Faulkner

Racism and Islamophobia continue to contribute to negative attitudes surrounding face coverings. In Canada, there is legislation that limits Muslim communities from wearing cultural head and face coverings like hijabs and turbans. And as pandemic mask mandates have sparked discussions that racialized groups, specifically Black communities, have long experienced profiling for wearing face coverings.

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Clin D’œil | Dec 2021

Clin D’œil | Dec 2021

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Written by Eliza Faulkner

Lors de cet événement, qui avait lieu à la Société des arts technologiques (SAT), La Grappe métropolitaine de la mode ainsi que de grands acteurs de l’industrie — dont François Roberge, président de la Vie en Rose et du conseil d’administration de mmode — ont décerné un total de 14 bourses d’une valeur de 10 000$ chacune à des entrepreneurs et des créateurs de la relève mode québécoise.

Un aperçu des participants? Marie-Ève Lecavalier, qui a été récompensée pour la force du rayonnement international de sa marque, mais aussi Eliza Faulkner, Betina Lou, Maguire, Marigold, et beaucoup d’autres.

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Elle Quebec | May 2021

Elle Quebec | May 2021

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
Depuis le lancement de sa marque éponyme, en 2012, Eliza Faulkner peaufine son art. Elle joue avec les volumes, qui viennent gonfler ses robes et les manches de ses hauts colorés, et ose les nuances franches. Sa collection printemps-été 2021 n’y fait pas exception. «Je ne suis jamais vraiment satisfaite de mon travail, et c’est pour ça que je continue, nous confie la designer. J’essaie toujours d’améliorer mes créations, c’est un projet sans fin.» Son style est original et facilement reconnaissable. Ce talent, Eliza Faulkner l’a notamment développé sur les bancs de la Central Saint Martins, célèbre école de mode de Londres où sont aussi passés Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen, Phoebe Philo, Christopher Kane et bien d’autres.
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Yahoo News | October 2019

Yahoo News | October 2019

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
The political powerhouse in her own right demonstrated diplomatic dressing, opting for a $249 mustard dress by Canadian eco-friendly designer Eliza Faulkner, who manufactures and sources materials from Montreal.
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Elle Canada | December 2019

Elle Canada | December 2019

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Written by Eliza Faulkner
It’s pretty unusual for a designer to have a bare studio. But in Eliza Faulkner’s case, it’s all part of her next move: She has just taken over a new, larger space in Montreal’s historic garment district, the centre of a once-again-thriving local fashion industry. Her entire collection is made within a block of her studio—she only has to cross the street to visit the workshops that cut and sew each piece. Faulkner’s hyper-local approach to production combined with her signature ultra-feminine silhouettes are exactly what’s taking this homegrown label from hobby to business.
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