"We're such a small market that, to make our mark, we have to think outside the box and cerate products that are exceptional in quality, style and function."
Mary Beth Currie’s brand may be only a year old, but this lawyer-turned-designer has already achieved some great things. “What I think is so amazing is when people put on my clothes and look good in them,” says Currie. “My clothing suits many different body shapes, and that makes me smile.” Her design inspiration comes from the Canadian landscape, but it’s her fabrication that’s especially impressive; all the pieces are easily stepped into, pulled on or over, or fastened with magnets—which makes it simple for those with ailments, physical limitations or disabilities to wear the garments. Your days of asking to be zipped up are over!
Top, $250, and skirt, $325, ralstonwilliams.com. Image by: Carlyle Routh