We can't get enough of vintage-inspired pieces, especially those that take influence from the late '90s and early '00s. Here are some of our favourite boutique Canadian designers bringing the Y2K flavour!
#1. Eliza Faulkner
Made in Montreal, Eliza Faulkner's pieces bring the late '90s style. We love her rave-inspired mesh tops, as well as her voluminous fleece and denim pieces that nod to JNCO Jeans.
#2. Eugenia Chan
Eugenia Chan is a Toronto-based jewelry designer who we adore for her acetate claw clips! Available in every pattern under the sun, these Y2K hair accessories will step up your clip game.
#3. A Bronze Age
Based in Vancouver, we love the early '00s influence in A Bronze Age's clothing. Whether it's their slip dresses, flare pants or scrunchie purses, this Canadian boutique fashion designer brings the fun.
Nothing is more Y2K than a little gold chain, hoop earring and claw clip combo! Based in Calgary, CoutuKitsch is a Canadian accessory brand brings all of the above at an affordable price.
Made in Vancouver, Shelter's pieces are well-thought out and well-made. We love their Brewers Pants, which come in many colours and wouldn't look out of place in a Y2K music video.
#6. True Middle
True Middle is a Toronto-based LGBTQ+ owned brand that makes pearl and bead necklaces. We love the vintage inspiration and 2000s vibes from their pieces!
Montreal slow fashion designer Odeyalo is perfectly attuned to the Y2K trend. We love the bright colours of their basics like the Brook Tee and the Tincset Top.
#8. Zenny Jane
Handmade in Toronto, Zenny Jane is a woman-owned jewelry brand that makes vintage-inspired pieces for now. We love how her pieces feel like grown-up friendship bracelets!