Aside from being super roomy and oversized, what we love most about this piece is that the fabric was also made by a local mill in Montreal from 100% organic cotton. It’s super soft, but still substantial and warm and has a unisex fit. This extra-large hoodie falls to just below the knee and the sleeves are long and slouchy. The matching satin ribbon tie was made in Japan and has a gold tip. We love this hoodie paired with our Beige Tulle Tilly Skirt or the matching Wave Sweatpant in Dune.
100% Organic Cotton, milled in Montreal
Slips on overhead
Machine wash cool and hang to dry (you can put this in the dryer but we always encourage air drying so that your garment will last for a very long time).
Oversized and unisex fit – go with your normal size or size down if you’re in between sizes.
Size XS/S (Bust 42”, Waist 40”, Hip 46”)
Size M/L (Bust 44”, Waist 50”, Hip 50”)
Size XL/XXL (Bust 46”, Waist 60”, Hip 54”)
Made in Canada
This item is ready to ship. Packages come directly from each designer and therefore may arrive from multiple locations, taking varying times to deliver.
With a focus on clean lines and classic silhouettes, Eliza Faulkner is known for her ultra-feminine dresses and bold use of colour and texture. Eliza studied fashion and marketing at Central St. Martin’s College of Art & Design. During her studies, Eliza worked in the studios of Erdem, Roland Mouret, Zandra Rhodes, and Roksanda Illincic. After returning to the west coast of Canada, Eliza launched her first capsule collection n the spring of 2012. In 2013 and 2014 Eliza was a finalist in the Mercedes-Benz Start Up competition, showing her SS14 and SS15 collections on the runway at Toronto Fashion Week. In 2014 she was nominated for a CAFA in the emerging designer category. Her work has been featured in various magazines across North America and worn by Kelly Clarkson, Carolina Issa, and Marisa Tomei.
With the plight of the planet in mind, Eliza is always seeking new ways to be more sustainable and ethical in her design and manufacturing processes. She sources fabrics that are woven in Montreal, where she now lives and works, and uses deadstock fabric and notions whenever possible. All manufacturing is done in Montreal by local sewers, cutters, and pattern makers.