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Muttonhead & Raised by Wolves ‘Camping out on Crawford’

05 September 2011, 22.20 | Posted in Events | No comments »

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WHEN: September 9th 1-11pm // September 10-11th from 10-7pm

***Come join us on Friday night and enjoy a BBQ, babes and some beerz***

WHAT: We are hosting our premier pop-up shop at Miracle Thieves, a new mixed use retail and creative space committed to bringing you Toronto’s finest artistic talents.

WHO: Muttonhead is settin’ up shop with our friends Raised by Wolves and Cuchara. Be the first in to get your paws on Autumn/Winter 2011 stock of unisex sportswear by Muttonhead and crew. Raised by Wolves hails out of Ottawa and for one weekend only, Torontonians will be able to purchase their coveted 5 panel hats and a surprise selection of other goods. We also have a limited selection of Laurentian Chief for Raised by Wolves Moccasins, which are all made in Quebec. Our girl Woo of Cuchara is originally a West Coast gal and recent Toronto transplant, and she is bringing in a selection of jewels and other loot for both men and women. As always Muttonhead will be holding down the fort and showcasing our latest collection featuring garments made right here in Toronto.

WHERE: From across our great country ‘Camping out on Crawford’ features hard to find designs and as always all products are made in Canada.

We accept Visa, Mastercard, and cash and will be providing refreshments.

www.muttonheadcollective.com
www.raisedbywolves.ca

Raised by Wolves x NRML 15th Anniversary T-Shirt

02 September 2011, 19.28 | Posted in gear | No comments »

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In celebration of their 15th anniversary, NRML will be releasing a series of 15 collaborations with some of the industries leading brands. This list includes Raised by Wolves who created a t-shirt loosely inspired by a recent anti-littering campaign promoted by the province of Ontario.