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The massive retailer says it will showcase the emerging company along with 11 other new and established homegrown talents at a pop-up showcase this September curated by the Toronto-based fashion management firm, The Collections.
Alexandra Waldman knows what larger-sized women want when it comes to fashion: Quality, choice and a shopping experience that doesn't make them feel badly. In other words, the same thing every woman wants. "I think that the idea of separating women — of segregating some women — from access to style and quality has got to stop. There shouldn't be 'us and them,'" said the Canadian-born Waldman, speaking from the New York showroom of Universal Standard, the fashion company she co-founded that carries clothing in sizes 6 to 32.
In a release earlier this week, the Swedish company’s Canadian division announced that it would be releasing Ikea’s line of Bluetooth speakers, which it calls Eneby. Like many companies before it, Ikea may be trying to expand its range of products by embracing the technological era, and in its release the company does indeed call the speaker its “next venture into smart home technology.” “The speaker projects a clear, powerful sound and can be connected to your phone, computer or any other Bluetooth-enabled device, with the ability to sync up to eight devices,” said the release.
Canada Goose Holdings Inc. (TSX:GOOS)(NYSE:GOOS) is getting a lot of good publicity south of the border these days, making it a strong candidate for best apparel export (investing: Motley)