Cana­dian de­sign­ers are get­ting world­wide at­ten­tion.

Cana­dian de­sign­ers are killing it. Check out our 10 fall/winter 2014 faves.

ELLE (Canada) - - News - By Laura de Carufel Pho­to­graphs by Evaan Kheraj ERIN KLEIN­BERG

Erin Klein­berg’s mis­sion sounds sim­ple: Create clothes that peo­ple

can’t live without. “I’ve seen the clos­ets of the chicest tastemak­ers

in the world,” says the de­signer and co-founder of The Coveteur, “and I love that they [all] have a rack

of clothes they wear con­stantly: pieces that are day-to-night, su­per­com­fort­able and luxe.” Klein­berg’s fall/winter 2014 col­lec­tion—all pro­duced in Toronto—fits that lofty bill: slouchy-chic cardi­gans, over­sized tees and lots of plaid. “My

hus­band has so many old plaids from camp that I’ve stolen from him.

I’m ob­sessed.” Bey­oncé re­cently re­quested this sea­son’s var­nished­se­quin top and match­ing skirt, and Lena Dun­ham—a friend and “huge in­spi­ra­tion” to Klein­berg—posted an In­sta pic of her­self wear­ing the striped Twiggy coat. The A-list may be beck­on­ing, but Klein­berg says she isn’t tempted to de­camp. “The vibe in Toronto is so chill and cool. It’s like the West Coast on the East Coast—the best of both worlds. I love that I can live here and still sell

my brand on a global scale.” h

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