We are a newly launched, international fashion collective, offering you a curated collection of beautiful and often handcrafted garments, shoes, jewelry and fashion accessories from around the world. Our focus is on emerging talent.




-Web platform/store

-Sales representation throughout North America

-Endorsements and creative brand partnerships

-Runway shows

-Photography and film

-Promotion: Social media, print, etc.

-Product launches and campaigns

-Wardrobe and celebrity styling

-Pop-up stores and, coming this fall, a showroom in Montreal’s SW



Rosemary Hosson | Founder

Rosemary is a fashion designer, stylist, creative writer and fashion and lifestyle blogger, from Montreal, Quebec. She worked in retail, for the ALDO Group and Mexx, and then in luxury real estate, before studying Fashion Design at Collège Lasalle. After putting out a few capsule collections, she decided that the best way to move forward would be use her experience to represent emerging design talent.

In order to balance out her love for the environment and her desire to leave as light a footprint as possible, with her interest in fashion, she hosts clothing swaps at her home, four times a year, and makes sure that less than 15% of her wardrobe is comprised of pieces that were created in the fast fashion industry.  Her hobbies include cooking, naturally dyeing fabric, sewing, weight-lifting and traveling. She is currently working on her first novel.

Rosemary lives in Montreal, with her two children, Ava Madelaine and Ian Jakob, and with their old dog, Romeo.


Annie Stephens | Photographer, Web and Graphic Designer

Annie Stephens is a self-taught, award-winning, published and exhibited conceptual photographer and graphic artist from Ottawa, Ontario, currently based out of Montreal, Quebec, with her young daughter (and muse), Olive. She brings her natural eye for aesthetics and eclectic experience creating web sites and designing material for web and print to EXIT 29.


Annie’s artistic interests and influences are diverse, with some of her photographic inspirations ranging anywhere from the late 19th century Pictorialism and early 20th century Dada movements, to the more contemporary, yet timeless story-telling of Sarah Moon, Guy Bourdin, Paolo Roversi, and Ellen Rogers.