Movement Global fashion show showing off the Movement Concept of using your clothing in more ways

Fashion on Fourth Fashion Show This Saturday!

We have been invited to participate in the Fashion on Fourth fashion show event this week!

This is a local event designed to showcase the amazing local fashion talent in Vancouver on 4th Avenue in particular.  The promotions will be running from Thursday Sept 14th, to Sunday Sept 17th .

We will be participating in three ways...:

1)Friday September 15th from 5-7pm:

Come into our Vancouver store and get exclusive styling with the designer and owner of Movement Amrita Sondhi. Learn from the creator of Movement which Movement pieces bring out the best in you and make you look fabulous for every occasion with the Movement concept.

2)Saturday September 16th at 1pm:

Come watch our fashion show at the store, showcasing all the different ways you can use Movement to create many looks out of a few pieces. 

3)Come by the store from the 14th - 17th and get gifts and promotions!

Through the 4 day event we have the following promotions:
- Receive a free headband for every purchase over $150.
- Receive 10% back in Movement dollars for a purchase of the MOVEMENT CONCEPT: 3 or more pieces that show off our mission statement of creating more looks out of less. 

4) Are you signed up for our Newsletter?

Show us that you received our email about this event on your iPhone, and get your promotion at Either Store right away! Because of expected power outages on Bowen Island on Thursday and Friday will be closed on Bowen. 



September 11, 2017 — Alexandra

Our Winners from the 3rd Anniversary Draw!

What a great day we had in Kits and on Bowen Island celebrating three years in our Vancouver store. We had a number of amazing long term clients as well as some new ones come by and enter our draw, and we have four winners from that day.

Grand Prize of $150

Our grand prize of $150 in store credit goes to a wonderful couple Rindi Velker and her partner. 

Rindi's partner looks amazing in our Reversible two-colour WMT3 Hanson Hoodie in Charcoal and Black with our WMP3 Jessie Pant cropped and tied up into shorts.  These two pieces have four distinct looks.

Mens Organic Sustainable Clothing Made In Canada

Rindi bought our WP15 Flori Capri in black, and our classic Charcoal Mix WT12 Gina Cowl which she is wearing below reversed upside down as a shorter cowl shirt.

Contest winner in Organic cotton and bamboo capris shorts made in canada

Rindi also bought our WJF3 Kira Kimono in Chocolate Mix.

Congratulations to you both, we are glad you love your Movement clothing.

Second Prize of $100

Our second prize goes to Stephanie van Willigenburg. Stephanie wasn't able to attend on Saturday, but we filled out a draw form for her based on her photo and testimonial. Here is what she had to say:

I just wanted to congratulate you on your 3rd year in Kits - I am sorry I wasn't able to be there, but my Movement clothing has been close to me all summer!

In particular I wanted to send you a photo of the Joni dress in action. I wore it to accept the Kreiger-Nelson prize, which is the national prize for  " outstanding research by a female mathematician"

Thanks for creating such wonderful clothing!
All the best,

Stephanie accepting a prestigious math award in Movement Global sustainable organic cotton and bamboo dress

Thank you Steph! You look amazing in our WD22 Joni Dress in black. 

Third Prizes (2) of $50 each

Both Jane Ritchie and Kat Gracie are getting $50 certificates. 

Jane said:

Love these clothes - I can layer and switch them out anytime depending on my activities ( work/yoga/etc), and all the colors are fantastic AND they are so comfy. Love them!

 And Kat said:

Over the last few years I've made an effort to purchase from companies who reflect my desire for ethically sourced, fashionable, comfortable, and practical items. I was happy to find those qualities and shop locally (heart). 

Thank you everyone who came by to help us celebrate, and congratulations to the winners.



August 31, 2017 — Alexandra
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