Indigenous-owned and operated clothing brand, Decolonial Clothing is hosting a pop-up at the Fresh Egg Mart building at 269 East Georgia. The pop-up will continue tomorrow, Sunday September 3rd from 12-6pm, offering hoodies, shirts, and other clothes, with some at a discount.
From the Decolonial Clothing Website:
Decolonial Clothing is an Indigenous owned and operated clothing company based out of Turtle Island also known as Canada. Decolonial Clothing launched their business in early 2020, after rebranding from their former clothing company. As of November of 2021, Decolonial has been printing all of their products based out of their warehouse in Burnaby, British Columbia. Since taking production in house, Decolonial Clothing has shipped orders all over the world, been displayed in several Netflix series, featured in top magazines, articles and news broadcasts, has been supported by several well-known actors and musicians and partnered with several organizations for community support.
Decolonial Clothing is owned by Dakota Bear and Casey Desjarlais. The couple is originally from Treaty 6 Territories, born and raised in Saskatoon, SK. Dakota Bear is Nehiyaw from Witchekan Lake, and Casey Desjarlais is Nehiyaw and Anishinaabe from Fishing Lake.