Posted May 17, 2010 in For Her | 0 Comments

Noir Bonbon

I hit the fashion jackpot when I discovered the exciting new clothing label Noir Bonbon. Not only does this label’s designs cater to my sometimes edgy but mostly playful mood but all of the clothes are eco-friendly, made from organic and sustainable fibers and are produced and manufactured locally in Vancouver. Full of imagination, sensuality and uniqueness, nothing is compromised with the Noir Bonbon label.

Designed by ex-Montrealer Kim Sanieyan, Noir Bonbon offers stylish go-to pieces which can be layered and easily coordinated and mixed with the previous seasons’ collections. Sometimes girly but mostly fashion-forward, the designs are created for the girl who does not want to commit to any one fashion style. Noir Bonbon gives your wardrobe a whole new definition of flexibility.

In production since March 2008, Noir Bonbon recently launched its third collection, Spring 2010. With just over twenty pieces and starting at a price-point of only $45, the most sought-after item in this collection is the Coco dress. Priced right at $220, this stand-out dress is made from 100% silk with a luxurious suede-like finish. For Sanieyan, designing ethical and fair-trade clothing made from pesticide-free materials, such as soy, organic cotton and wool, should be an inspiration to other designers in choosing fabrics which make a positive environmental impact.

Featured in such magazines as LouLou and FASHION, Noir Bonbon can be found throughout Canada, at stores such as Model Citizen and Vocado in Toronto, at Victoire in Ottawa, at Lola & Emily and Unicorn in Montreal, over on the west coast at FineFinds, Body Politic, Lord’s and Life of Riley, and Not Just Pretty in Victoria. Even if your hometown doesn’t carry Noir Bonbon you are still in luck. Sanieyan responds to customers’ email orders and can be contacted at

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