" When we first discovered that fashion is the second most polluting industry in the world, we knew that something had to change "
Loom&Magpie was founded on the belief that fashion and sustainability can coexist. We want to change the way people think of second hand fashion, honoring heritage and contemporary brands, empowering women, and promote sustainable fashion through recycling in order to reduce the carbon foot print of the fashion industry.
We offer the perfect solution to a modern day conundrum – what to do with the clothes, handbags, and jewelry you once loved but now no longer wear. Sure, you can post them on VarageSale, Kijiji, UsedRegina, or eBay, but how can the buyers trust that your designer handbags or fine jewelry are authentic and deserve a better price? Ultimately, who’s got the time and energy? Bring them to us and we will sell them at the best possible price. Unsold items will be donated to our local charity partners. Give your loved fashion pieces a second life, benefiting local community, keeping waste out of landfill, and reducing the carbon footprint of the fashion industry.
Consignor Wins — We welcome your high quality once loved ladies wear, handbags, and jewelry for consignment. When the item is sold, consignor can get 50% of the selling price.
Customer Wins — Buy high quality fashion with reasonable price to promote the recycling of resources. We are devoted to promoting the restyling of secondhand fashion in order to change the public’s consumption habit to act green and embrace a sensible lifestyle.
Society Wins — Not only do our local charity partners benefit directly from our donation programs, we can reduce the environmental impact from our consumption in the fashion industry. Another step towards a greener tomorrow.
" Our name came from two things that inspired us. It reflects our two philosophies of “slow fashion” and recycling "
A device that reminds us of how much time and dedication were used to produce a piece of garment.
The bird that is thought to be fond of pretty shiny little things, and is one of nature great recyclers.