UNTTLD featured on !

UNTTLD featured on !

UNTTLD is Very proud to be featured on Vogue Talents as the winners of the CAFA Swarovski Emerging Talent Award.

"We could not be more enthusiastic about the future of UNTTLD. The recognition of our peers is very important to us and we are very touched that our work is deemed of mention. These are the first steps towards a strong national fashion community and an eventual stronger presence on the world stage. We have big dreams for UNTTLD and we are happy people are curious”


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UNTTLD wins the Swarovski Emerging Talent Award at CAFA

UNTTLD wins the Swarovski Emerging Talent Award at CAFA

Photo: Geroge Pimentel

UNTTLD is very honoured to receive the CAFA Swarovski Emerging Talent prize ! This award is bestowed  annualy to a Canadian brand emerging as a true creative force in Canadian fashion.

CAFA (CanadianArts and Fashion Award) was created to celebrate outstanding achievement and emerging talent in the Canadian fashion industry. Mandated to grow a stronger appreciation of Canadian talent both at home and abroad, the goal of CAFA as a national platform is to foster the next generation of Canadian talent through an annual awards show and year-round economic development initiatives. 


UNTTLD X Fashion Magazine: Commanders in Chic

In this one page April 2016 issue, Eva Friede came up to us about UNTTLD's past, present, future and of course, our work method. Click here to read the article. 

Behind the scenes: UNTTLD FW16 Lookbook

Just before Toronto Fashion Week, Huffpost Québec had the chance to catch up with UNTTLD. The pair, Simon Bélanger and José Manuel St-Jacques, hinted about a lot of things going on, including their big win for MBSU Star Wars dress. Plus, exclusive behind-the-scene pictures from their lookbook shoot for this fall/winter collection. Sneak in here to check out more!
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The imagined look from UNTTLD for Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau

This March, UNTTLD had the opportunity to suggest The Globe and Mail a strong look for Prime Minister's wife first White House diner. Check out what we've envisionned for Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau, here