Haitian artisans to sell products through Hudson’s Bay stores – Business – CBC News

“You’re going to see products that don’t look anything like the other products in that store,” says Cameron Brohman, president and co-founder of the Brandaid Project.

“They’re very unique products, designed by Canadian designers and made by Haitian master artisans so that collaboration has produced some very exciting, very new-looking designs,” he said in an interview with CBC’s Lang & O’Leary Exchange.

The Bay is selling handmade pillows, quilts, housewares and decorative objects from Haiti, all by artisans who have been paid at least 25 per cent of the price up-front for their work. via – CBC News.


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