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Former Fashion Arts and Business Student Made the 2022 edition of The Globe and Mail’s Annual Canada’s Best Dressed List for Sustainable Fashion


There are myriad ways to build a wardrobe that prioritizes sustainability as much as style. For the 2022 edition of The Globe and Mail’s annual Canada’s Best Dressed List, standout garmentos highlight the sartorial potential of an eco-friendlier closet.

With a blossoming career as a fashion stylist and designer for his namesake gender-neutral brand, Scott Wabano brings equal passion to his advocacy work in improving mental health resources for 2Spirit youth in Indigenous communities around the world. Born and raised in Moose Factory, Ont., on Treaty 9 Territory, and now based in Dish with One Spoon, Treaty 13 Territory known as Tkaronto, Wabano’s Eeyou Cree identity intersects with his wardrobe, which is filled with meaningful pieces by a range of Indigenous artists and designers.

Scott Wabano

Scott Wabano is a former Humber student in the Fashion Arts and Business Program.

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