Chloë Angus Design is a passionate Canadian design company that thrives on creating modern, collaborative, fashion and home decor representing Indigenous art and culture across Canada.
Proudly based and made in Vancouver, BC, since 2004, the Chloë Angus Design team skillfully infuses Indigenous art into everyday style. Weaving our cultures together to show case a truly united collection.
With a focus on uniting art and fashion, we are honoured to collaborate with First Nations’, Inuit, and Metis artists to create the Spirit Collection. All artwork is licensed and the artists are fairly compensated. Each piece comes with the artist signature to ensure authenticity.
We find inspiration in the Indigenous history, art, and culture and have made it a priority to promote and share the significant artwork that they create. Our goal is to unite people, to encourage an open dialogue, better cultural understanding, and to celebrate Indigenous culture in Canada.
“Growing up I had the privilege of living within a predominantly First Nations’ community on the Sunshine coast of BC. This gave me an understanding and a deep respect for their knowledge, strength, and culture.
The Spirit Collection is my way of honouring the Indigenous People of Canada. Collaborating with Indigenous artists to create a modern representation of Canadian style for women, men, and home.”
Chloë Angus on The Spirit Collection
About Chloë Angus
Born on the Sunshine Coast of BC and raised behind a sewing machine instead of a television, Chloë Angus has been designing clothes since she was a young girl. Pursuing a career in fashion was her true calling. Designing with the intention of creating beautiful, classic, stylish garments for women who aspire to feel elegant in their busy lives. With designs that are as innovative as they are classic, Chloë believes first and foremost in beautiful silhouettes that accentuate all body shapes without compromising her inherent eye for style and feel for comfort.
The wild and iconic landscape of British Columbia’s West Coast has influenced Chloë’s design aesthetic as have her neighbors growing up, the First Nation’s people of the West Coast. Working with well-known Haida artist Clarence Mills before completing her Fashion Design education, Chloë learned hands-on about the timeless art and sculpture of the Haida people. Upon finishing school, Chloë immediately embarked on a project with First Nations artist to unite fashion with this uniquely West-Coast art as a way to showcase and embrace the culture for which she has such profound respect. The Spirit Collection was born and continues to develop and flourish with new designs, artists, and inspirations years later. The collection has expanded to include Women, Men, and Home Décor.
These days, 14 years after the doors of Chloë Angus Design opened, Chloë can be found designing and conducting fittings in her Vancouver studio, catching up with old and new customers, dressing countless actresses/entertainers/politicians/and princesses or just walking her lovable miniature horse Sonny around the Dunbar neighborhood she calls home.