I'Moniq Accessories Fall Expose this Thursday at Miracle Thieves

Toronto-born, internationally successful jewelry and accessories designer I’MONIQ (aka Monique Anderson) is selling special hand-made pieces this Thursday at Miracle Thieves (249 Crawford, at Dundas). I’MONIQ has a beautiful aesthetic of blending dyed and woven textiles with chains, charms and other components to make for unique, textured statement pieces ranging from necklaces and earrings to bracelets and more.

Monique takes inspiration from her trips to India, as well as growing up in an Afro-Caribbean household. We likey! Mix that with contemporary pop-culture savvyness and it’s no surprise celebs like Melanie Fiona seek out I’MONIQ’s pieces.

The bright colours will surely be striking against all the autumn colours that come with fall. Add them to a neutral work outfit for an extra pop, or layer with other colourful patterns for a rainbow oasis when the sun sets early. Come by the sale-meets-soiree after work, shop, dance a little, and mingle in creative hot-spot, gallery space, vintage haven, host to many a pop-up shop, Miracle Thieves this Thursday, September 27 from 7-11pm. Music by DJ David Coppafeel. There will be treats! 

~ Becca Lemire

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  1. April 22, 2016

    Now back from the high of fashion week and selling her goods in Henri
    Bendel’s, Anderson is concentrated on her brand– one she started just
    back in 2010 after a fashion design program at Ryerson and working in
    production manufacturing design for six years. Travel is the main
    inspiration behind her bracelets, necklaces and earrings. Anderson
    visits India on a regular basis to purchase the main ingredient for her
    designs: Scarves.

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