WIN! A Canadian VIP shopping experience!

June 25, 2013
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What do the following designers have in common?

  • Greta Constantine (PRIMER)
  • Travis Taddeo
  • Dagg + Stacey
  • Michael Eardley
  • Felony Case
  • Emily Woudenberg
  • Zoran Dobric

They are some of Canada’s best talents and many of their clothes are available at Homegrown Boutique!

FAJO loves Canadian fashion and we have teamed up with Homegrown to give one lucky winner a $250 VIP shopping experience!

Winner of FAJO’s contest with Homegrown Boutique last year – Jennifer Choy – enjoys her VIP experience in the company of several friends.

All you have to do to enter is:
  1. Like FAJO on Facebook
  2. Like Homegrown boutique on Facebook
  3. Post on this page, telling us who is your favourite Canadian designer and why! Make sure to include your name, city and e-mail address, so we could contact you if you win!
The winner with the most creative answer will win! But hurry, the contest closes on July 8!

Note: this contest is open to all our readers across Canada and the United States. However, the winner must be in Toronto to claim the prize.


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  • Ana Glazirin said:

    I like Rachel Sin, because I met her, I wore her clothes, and I get her style. She’s not trying too hard and getting it right every time.

  • Avery Pawelek said:

    Kirk Pickersgill and Stephen Wong from Greta Constantine. Fresh femmine styles that are accessible. These are clothes that a lot of women can wear and wear easily. Beautiful pieces!
    Avery Pawelek, Toronto.

  • Kate said:

    I LOVE Zoran Dobric’s prints. I always look at them thinking “I don’t want to wear that, I want to frame that” How do you think that would go over with him?

  • Raya TS said:

    Chloe comme Parris – love those girls and the incredible creativity behind each collection they put down the runway every year. They play with both romanticism and androgyny, while maintaining their staple ‘street’ vibe, producing clothing that can transition one into so many different roles.
    True artistic minds!

  • Natasha Mawji said:

    My favorite Canadian Designer is Joeffer Caoc. He graduated from The School of Fashion at Ryerson University (where I am studying now!) and he has somehow found the perfect balance between high fashion and practicality. He always included diversity and I am a huge believer in that as well.

    Natasha Mawji
    Calgary, AB/Toronto, ON

  • Deanne Castro said:

    My Favourite Canadian designer is Rachel Sin! I love her dresses! I noticed that she showcases the back a lot! They are so sexy, yet chic looking! The price is great and she is a doll herself! :)

    Hope I win!

    Deanne Castro
    Twitter: @MyFashAvenue

  • David Chiu said:

    My Fav Canadian designer is Rachel Sin. Not only a friend (High school class mates) she also a very talented fashion designer. Love her ‘architectural’ look. Love her clothes and style!

  • Sarah M said:

    I’m a big fan of Travis Taddeo. Every collection of his has a great direction and is executed beautifully. I love how he incorporates a variety of fabrics and materials into his collections: a few seasons ago, he did a lot with feathers and silk, while more recently he’s been working with fur and jersey. I love wearing his clothes not only because I’m supporting a gifted Canadian designer, but because he produces great collections season after season.

    Sarah Monaco

  • Tanya Filippelli said:

    I like Greta Constantine’s style. All of it. It encompasses femininity and class in a cosmopolitan city!

  • Sonia said:

    Dagg & Stacey! They have been my latest addiction since I bought a shirt from them at Shopgirls.


  • Josh Cawston said:

    It’s so hard to pick just one, especially since there are so many great designers under the Homegrown roof, but if I had to pick just one I’d go with Travis Taddeo I’ve been eyeing a few pieces of his in the store lately and this would be the perfect chance to scoop up a piece or two for my summer closet!

  • Sachi Mahadeo said:

    My favourite Canadian designer is Lucian Matis! Love the unique prints he brings to his clothing. Beautiful!


  • Lyss said:

    I’d love a closet filled with just homegrown fashion! These are all fantastic designers – yay Canada! My everyday favourite; however, would have to be Dagg&Stacey. I am a huge fan of the brand. I love how these two lovely ladies have transformed beautiful fabrics into casual, elegant pieces that transition effortlessly from day to night.

  • Megan Barnecutt said:

    Rachel Sin is my favourite Canadian designer. She understands how the female form works and she designs dresses that not only enhance but also flatter a multitude of body types.

  • Katerina said:

    I love Joeffer Caoc. He is by far one of the most talented Canadian designers!

  • Jessica said:

    ~ My favourite designer is Wesley Badanjak! I like his classic styles – my sister and I are huge fans of his work. ~

  • wayne said:

    My wife went to a Lucian Matis show during Fashion Week and fell in love with his style. Very unique style and Ryerson student! Thanks.

  • Justina said:

    The top Canadian designer is David Dixon. Definitely very, very chic. Always super glam.

  • Liz said:

    Greta Constantine are my favourite: very classy and sexy.
    Liz D.

  • Daniel Fletcher said:

    Zoran Dobric is pretty cool. Definitely one of the best Canadian designers out there.


  • lisa marie said:

    My name is Lisa Marie, I live in Toronto and my favourite new designer is named Cass Doll with her new fashion line Muneca. The line was recently showcased in the launch party for another independent shop called Launchxtoronto on Spadina.
    This woman is a firecracker and wants you to join her in the show.

  • LILA said:

    Come on! i like them all. they are all different & talented. Who does HauteCouture in Canada?

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