Exploring Ethical Fashion: Eliza Faulkner and her Dedication to Sustainable and Ethical Practices.

**Title:** Interview with Ethical Fashion Designer Eliza Faulkner | District Central Series

Looking for fashion that’s both stylish and sustainable? Look no further than Eliza Faulkner, the Montreal-based clothing brand that puts ethics at the forefront of its designs. In the second episode of our District Central series, we sit down with founder and designer Eliza Faulkner herself to learn more about her unique approach to fashion.

Faulkner’s commitment to sustainability is evident in every aspect of her brand. From locally-produced clothing to recycled fabrics sourced from within the community, Eliza Faulkner is leading the charge when it comes to ethical fashion in Montreal and beyond.

If you’re looking to learn more about the growing movement towards sustainable fashion, this episode is a must-watch. Join us as we explore the innovative designs and ethical principles that make Eliza Faulkner a true pearl of the District Central.

**Tags/Keywords:** #DistrictCentral, #ElizaFaulkner, #fashion, #ethicalfashion, #sustainable, #fair


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Second episode of a series of three videos highlighting three brands that are more conscious of fashion, as much attached to the quality of their products as to their origin.
This second video is an interview with Eliza Faulkner, founder and designer of the Montreal-based company of the same name Eliza Faulkner. This young designer from the District Central creates locally produced clothing with locally recycled fabrics. Eliza Faulkner has put ethics at the heart of her creations, making her a pearl of the District Central. #DistrictCentralEliza Faulkner

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