Our clothing isn’t just made in Canada; it’s shaped by Canada.
While other companies claim to be 100% Canadian-made, we actually mean it. We design, manufacture and mill all our clothing in Canada.
Designed and Produced in Winnipeg, Manitoba
Circularity all starts with good design principles, mindful awareness, and responsible action from start to finish. Our smart strategies, innovative solutions, and natural fabrics leave nothing to waste and keep the entire lifecycle of a product in mind.
We acknowledge with respect and gratitude that our work takes place (and our products are made) on ancestral lands, Treaty 1 territory, traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation.
Consciously Milled And Dyed in Ontario
Our knits are completely unique to Anne Mulaire. We use the highest quality yarns and fabrics with the lowest impact, providing excellent quality made and sustainable materials that are bio-based, recyclable, and/or renewable in nature.
Our fabrics are milled and knitted in Ontario by a family owned company that adheres strictly to the Oeko Tex Standard which ensures materials are free of hazardous chemicals. The bamboo, organic cotton, hemp, Sorona® and TENCEL™ used in our clothing are grown without pesticides, herbicides, or chemical fertilizers.
Ethically Manufactured in Winnipeg, Manitoba
Instead of offshoring manufacturing abroad or outsourcing our production locally, our entire production process takes place in-house.
By owning our 360 circular manufacturer, we not only deliver the best quality products on the market to you and your loved ones, but we also help produce jobs that support our local economy, recycle textile waste, and reduce our own carbon footprint.
We are Indigenous-owned and Richly Inspired
Anne Mulaire is located in Treaty 1 territory, the ancestral and traditional homeland of the Anishinaabe peoples. We acknowledge and value that we live and work in the territories of the Anishinaabe, Cree, Dakota, Dene, Metis, and Oji-Cree Nations.
Richly inspired by Anne Mulaire’s Anishinaabe/French Métis héritage, our prints are handcrafted by our in-house Indigenous Métis Elder, David Albert, Andréanne’s father. Read more about his work and the story behind our one-of-a-kind prints.