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I Love Tyler Madison: trendy spring shopping for a good cause

May 12, 2016

Fresh floral prints, army green and classic neutrals are the focus of I Love Tyler Madison’s spring/summer 2016 collection. It’s elegant, colourful and fun, but it also has a very special concept, since part of the proceeds from all sales go to Canadian and American humane societies.

ILTM was launched in Montréal, Canada, by the stylish sister duo Jacqueline Harris and Charna Zucker. The name of the brand has a heartwarming story: it stems from Tyler and Madison, the rescue dogs who the sisters took in 10 and 12 years ago.

With their combined degrees in psychology, fashion and business, the designers focus on blending these disciplines to weave positive self-worth into every piece of clothing they create. Every piece is suitable for any body type, helping women look trendy, while feeling confident. All of ILTM’s products are also vegan and cruelty-free.

The “no top button” design approach is applied to every single ILTM piece—featuring pants, skirts, shorts and vests. Essentially, this means that all clothing has a pull-on concept, making it incredibly comfortable and easy to wear.

Recently, to meet the demand of shoppers in Canada and the U.S., Jacqueline and Charna expanded the company into an interactive online store. Regular shipping to these two countries is free of charge.

To shop the latest I Love Tyler Madison’s spring collection, head to their online boutique at ilovetylermadison.com

To get creative ideas on how to style some of the looks, connect with ILTM on Twitter or Instagram, and via #ilovetylermadison.


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  • FAJO Magazine said:

    […] I Love Tyler Madison: trendy spring shopping for a good cause […]

  • FAJO Magazine said:

    […] You may recall our feature on I Love Tyler Madison earlier this year, when the Montréal-based brand launched its online store. ILTM offers a variety of perfect holiday gift options. All of their clothing is made in Canada and is cruelty-free. The founders proudly continue to maintain their unique brand concept: part of the proceeds from all sales go to Canadian and American humane societies. […]

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