Canadians have shown their true patriot love for our country’s fashion designers! Damzels in this Dress of Toronto is the chosen winner of Vote Couture for the Cure 2016, Cashmere Bathroom Tissue’s digital, national fund- and awareness-raiser for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation (CBCF). Sixteen incredibly talented designers poured their heart and souls into each high-fashion couture garment, meticulously crafted from Cashmere Bathroom Tissue for this year’s White Cashmere Collection, making it a difficult decision for Canadians to choose only one favourite!
The hard-working duo of Damzels in this Dress, Kelly Freeman and Rory Lindo, met via neighbouring sewing machines in a fashion class at George Brown College. They have been rocking vintage-y, rock ‘n’ roll-fueled women’s wear and now devotees like Feist, Arcade Fire’s Régine Chassagne, Kate Hudson, Kirsten Dunst and Neve Campbell can shop for their clothes at two Doll Factory by Damzels Toronto boutiques.
Since they opened their first boutique in Leslieville in 2006, Doll Factory by Damzels have been providing Toronto with the best selection of figure flattering, vintage inspired dresses in the city. Doll Factory stores feature over 30 brands of dresses ranging from day to cocktail but the stars of the show are pin-up and retro styles by coveted brands such as Stop Staring, Pin-Up Couture, Trashy Diva, Effie’s Heart, Heart of Haute and their own in-house label Damzels in this Dress.
The boutiques have been voted “Best Women’s Clothing Store in Toronto” three years in a row by Now Magazine Reader’s Poll 2013 – 2015! So visit one of the two locations at Leslieville (East End), 1122 Queen Street East and Roncesvalles (West End), 394 Roncesvalles Avenue.