5 fashion trends spotted among our Quebec designers

In an effort to support local, we want to present you a mini fashion report on the trends that we can find this season with our local designers. We are fortunate to have several Quebec designers and entrepreneurs, such as Iris Setlakwe, Judith & Charles, Maison Marie-Saint Pierre, Noize and RETYCHE, who have chosen Montreal as their home. Spotlight on these creators we are so proud to support.

Urban Safari at Iris Setlakwe

This spring Iris Setlakwe offers the urban safari trend with a linen jacket with belt. Why urban? Because it is a modern interpretation of the iconic Saharan that Yves Saint-Laurent introduced on the catwalk in 1967. With This piece borrowed from the male wardrobe, the great designer had then revolutionized female fashion. Since then, the Saharan has become a classic.


For a professional get-together, wear it with a matching wide-leg pant. For a restaurant outing, slip on your jacket over a caramel shade knit dress.

Judith & Charles Flower Bouquet

Judith & Charles

We fell in love with the Judith & Charles Liberty prints, worn two ways: blouse or dress. It was in 1884 in London that Liberty print was founded. Arthur Liberty was the manager of the Liberty of London fabric store at the time and imagined a material covered with tiny flowers. In the 1960s, the print was all the rage thanks to Chacarel. The Liberty floral blouse became the brand's best seller.


A pair of minimalist white sneakers is the perfect match for the Liberty Print.

Athletic-chic at Maison Marie Saint-Pierre

Maison Marie Saint-Pierre

Ready, sets? Go! Maison Marie Saint-Pierre is inspired by chic and athletic sets, with elegant and XL silhouettes. Made in Canada, the clothes created by Marie Saint-Pierre redefine luxury in their own way by giving it an experiential value.


Opt for the captivating signature fragrance Maison Marie Saint-Pierre.

Pastel Biker Shorts at Noize

The trend for biker shorts is unlikely to disappear in 2021 since they’re everywhere with our retailers. Noize recently launched its brand new loungewear and activewear collection. You’ll find a rainbow of colors including pretty pastels. Our favorite shade: lilac.


You’re bound to be popular with a full look in purplish shades. We like the cotton tank top with a slightly oversized iridescent windbreaker.

Logo Manic at Retyche

Sisters Rim and Rita Elias are pros when it comes to finding the most in-demand second-hand pieces. That's why you won't be surprised to see several logo patterns at RETYCHE. Seen on Louis Vuitton and Gucci bags, the logo manic trend is largely inspired by Y2K, one of the hottest fashion trends of the season. Visit RETYCHE to discover wonders straight out of the 2000s.