• Meet The Indigenous Designers Sharing Their Traditions For A Special Canada Goose Collection

    1 month ago - By Chatelaine

    Lisa-Louie Ittukallak grew up around seamstresses in Nunavik but didn't have the courage to try sewing herself until her sister started hand-making parkas. In the end, she tells me it was sisterly impatience that gave her that final push; she taught herself to sew at 21 when her sister took too long to make her a winter coat. Now, almost 10 years later, she's one of 18 designers from Canada's four Inuit regions-Inuvialuit, Nunatsiavut, Nunavut and Nunavik-commissioned by Canada Goose to each create five one-of-a-kind parkas as part of Project Atigi. (The Inuktitut word “Atigi” means...
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