About the Designer

The designer of Wyatt House, Hailey Wyatt, in a head-to-toe up-cycled denim outfit

It’s easy to forget about the garbage we produce. By taking responsibility for our waste, we can make a more eco-conscious world through up-cycled fashion. Hailey is part of the zero-waste fashion designers’ movement, which works to overcome fast fashion. With one-of-a-kind and made-to-order clothing for those who want to express their personality and make a difference, she strives towards a new normal in fashion. Hailey envisions a necessary future where second-hand textiles are treasured and repurposed into delicate patchwork, unique, and size-inclusive designs. 

Hailey has a degree in Microbiology & Immunology from Dalhousie University and is currently studying Haute Couture Fashion Design at Richard Robinson Fashion Design Academy in Ottawa, ON.

We donate 5% of our profits to The ENRICH Project, so every time you purchase from us, you are helping us to fund research on environmental racism in Canada.

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