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5 Montreal Lines Molly Spittal Supports in a Big Way

BY jackie varriano 08/13/2014

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Step inside the studio…

They say it takes a village—and Molly Spittal knows it. In April 2014, the founder of the hyper-polished leather line The Stowe and her friend Shanah Flodstrom of Little Houses Clothing started The Collectif, a bustling artist community in Montreal with 14 members who share a space and creative energy. “We are all so happy here!” Molly proclaims. They are all also very productive—check out six of the amazing things that Molly’s talented pals made from their workshop below. 

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345 the stowe
"Its such a beatiful and calming haven and I am addicted to their waterlemon juice at breakfast. They also have Marmite, which I have a weakness for."
of The Stowe

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Condensed Perspective Studs by Lina Hu of Arc Jewellery
“I own these studs and haven’t taken them out since I bought them around Christmastime. They’re absolutely perfect for everyday. and they go with everything.”

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Canvas Apron by Nils Dahlstrom of Dahls
“This apron is waterproof, and the leather is so soft and oily. It’s perfect for working in my studio. It protects my dresses from paint and glue!”

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Oversized Wool Coat by Shanah Flodstrom of Little Houses Clothing
“I can’t wait for the cool weather to come around so I can start wearing Little Houses’s wooly jackets again. I love the asymmetry of this piece.”

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Moon Manacle by Sasha Cherovsky of Raw Taste
“This amazing cuff is my next jewelry purchase. I tried it on and didn’t want to take it off. It really finishes off an outfit without over-accessorizing.”

 

 

 

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