Women's Wear Daily (WWD): Hudson's Bay Spotlights BIPOC and Canadian Designers

Showcased under the Jewelry category, ADORA WATSON founder Elisa Watson-Smith is one of 17 designers of color to participate in the partnership.

ADORA WATSON baroque pearl pendant on minimal gold chain

WWD, October 1, 2020 - "Hudson’s Bay is pumping up its web site with 44 new and BIPOC brands and designers from Canada, specializing in apparel and accessories.

The initiative is through a partnership with Inland, which launched in 2014 as a biannual pop-up for fashion and accessory labels from across Canada, and this year, expanded into an online marketplace, madeinland.ca. 

[Inland's] shop [is accessible] on thebay.com, [starting Oct. 2] and run through Dec. 31." - David Moin

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ABOUT DAVID MOIN 

David Moin is a senior editor who has been covering the retail industry and related sectors for Women's Wear Daily (WWD) for three and a half decades. Before joining WWD, Moin worked on weekly community newspapers in pre-gentrified Brooklyn and completed an internship at the Smithsonian Institute tracking its media coverage. 


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