Sokoloff Lingerie has joined forces this time with a Montreal designer, Francis Mayer @Spektrom_ to offer you a unique loungewear collection.
A collaboration offering exclusive high quality designs handcrafted with organic materials and non-toxic dyes. Bringing tie dye to another level.
MEET THE DESIGNER
Francis is known for mixing high standard, technical, ecological, functional and minimalistic designs. He began is career back in 2012 in the men’s tailoring industry and went on a personal journey to discover the impact that colors have in our life.
Spektrom was born 6 years later, in 2018, while he was having a conversation at a restaurant with a friend and the sun hit the glasses in front of their table to reflect the rainbow of colors. Since then, the mission of Spektrom is to unify people using colors and organic materials.
Sokoloff Lingerie and Wild Grace have come together to bring you a plant-based skin care line inspired by Ayurveda. A collaboration offering self-care rituals to help you reconnect with your body and celebrate your inner beauty on a daily basis.
WILD GRACE is a Montreal-based and woman-owned company devoted to creating eco-luxe organic skin care. Their products, inspired by Ayurveda, are all handmade in small batches with pure certified organic & wild ingredients for a healthy and radiant looking skin.
Their goal is to address beauty from the inside out knowing that cellular intelligence knows exactly what to do when you feed it with the right ingredients.
The sanskrit word Ayurveda signifies knowledge of life. Ayurveda really is a science of observation, a science and lifestyle to truly know oneself.
By nature, human beings seek homeostasis (state of equilibrium) which is constantly modified by our way of living and our environment. The ultimate goal of Ayurveda is to bring the individual back to his/her state of equilibrium, on both the physical and emotional levels.
Miranda Chan is a dance artist and movement director based in Montreal. Her work fuses her passion for movement and profound sense of visual aesthetic. Miranda completed her post-secondary education at the École de danse contemporaine de Montréal, where she received her diploma in the interpretation of contemporary dance. During her journey at the École de danse contemporaine de Montréal she had the chance to work with Mélanie Demers, Virginie Brunelle, Manon Oligny, Ismael Mouaraki, Catherine Gaudet and Peter Jasko to name a few. She has also worked with Cirque du Soleil, Cirque Éloize and the Symphonic Orchestra of Montreal. Miranda is currently dancing for RUBBERBANDance and the Quebec City based company Le fils D’Adrien. During this time she is also furthering her need to have an artistic voice through movement direction, while other times following directions by being in front of the camera for modelling. She has also begun her own personal project combining arts and politics, called; Political Bodies.
" I think it is important to look outside of ourselves for inspiration and to see what is happening in our environment in the present, politically and culturally. To go beyond us as individuals and to try to see what the collective is experiencing. I try to, through my work, make a comment on that by re-imagining what the future can look like or by re-imagining different ways of being than what society has decided as the status quo. An aspect that inspires my work are the spaces that people create for themselves and their communities as safe spaces that exist outside of what already is. That being said, I love examining subcultures within a city. The way subcultures function in consciously developing their own norms and values relates closely to my relationship with society. I think it is so important to stay curious, to ask questions, to have an open-mind and to keep dreaming of ways the world could be a better home for all life, even if sometimes that might mean rebelling against what we were taught."
- Miranda Chan
Turn your face towards the sun, and the shadows fall behind you.
Sokoloff Lingerie propose pour l'automne douceur et contraste, et vous rappelle qu'il n'y a pas d'ombre sans lumière. // Sokoloff Lingerie offers softness and contrast for fall, and reminds you that there is no shadow without light.
Abundance - It's when you start living.
It's not out there, But right here, In here.
Abundance isn't about the accumulation of things. It's a feeling. It's about how you live the moment. How you decide to live the rest of your life.
We wish you an endless summer, with joy and love.
Qu'est ce qu'une marque de lingerie et un whisky ont en commun?
@HERASPIRITS, C'est une entreprise qui a réinventé le whisky afin de le rendre plus accessible et inclusif en créant HERA Liqueur Délicate de Whisky. Historiquement, le whisky a surtout été associé aux hommes alors il était important pour HERA d'offrir un spiritueux qui pourrait aider à la célébration des petits et grands moments de victoire au féminin.
@SOKOLOFFLINGERIE, C'est une maison de lingerie indépendante créée il y a 10 ans à Montréal qui s'est donné pour mission une production locale et éthique. Des sous-vêtements produits avec amour par des femmes au Québec.