BOÏDA is organizing Montreal's first ever Vegan Christmas Market, this December 15, 2018. This will be an opportunity to gather under one roof a selection of Canadian vendors to offer the public a variety of exclusively vegan products. Visitors will find winter coats, sportswear, fashion accessories, handmade soaps, body care products, cosmetics, Christmas logs, pastries, chocolates, gourmet foods, teas, and more. All products are made without any animal-sourced material or exploitation, a defining characteristic of veganism and main concept behind this holiday market. "We want to invite the public to do their Christmas shopping in a manner that underlines the true essence of the Holidays, which is a celebration of peace, love and compassion for all beings, both humans and animals," said An Pham, organizer and responsible for launching the Market. A total of 28 exhibitors will participate in this first edition, which will take place at the Maison du développement durable, at 50 Sainte-Catherine street West, Montreal. The Market will open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free.
A complete list of exhibitors can be found on the website:
BOÏDA's VEGAGOOZ jackets were featured at the PAUSE Conscious Popup event in New York, from Nov. 8 to 17, 2018.  The 10-day long event showcased sustainable fashion and jewellery from various brands from the UK, Canada, Germany, France, Cambodia, Mexico, and The Netherlands, among others.