Our history

PEAKBWA takes flight

The PEAKBWA company creates progressive clothing and durable accessories for all families who like to move. The clothes are made in Quebec with recycled or natural textiles such as bamboo and organic cotton. The company also specializes in pattern design. His drawings, which can be found on all PEAKBWA creations, clearly illustrate the fauna and flora of our beautiful territory. The ultimate aspiration? Encourage families to consume better in the world of fashion to ultimately save time to play outside!


A handyman by nature, I have always tinkered with things with recycled materials (collecting old gallery posts to make lamps, for example). At 14, I added zippers to my old hats to make pencil boxes. I like to see things differently, to review standards. My house is filled with mismatched dishes and chairs of all kinds. During my 10 years working in theater set and costume making, I learned to transform and repair used furniture, clothing and objects to revamp them, make them functional and thus extend their lifespan. useful.

It is with this in mind that I began to rethink the use we make of clothes and products that we buy en masse. Mother of three children born relatively "close together", I quickly understood that these little creatures take a ton of clothes for each gender and each season. The best we can do in this situation is to pass the pieces from the oldest to the youngest... but it's not as simple as that. Piles of clothes accumulate in drawers, wardrobes, the basement, the garage... Even if we have accumulated tons of clothes, we often choose the first three or four at the top of the pile and the others pile up at the bottom of the drawer until they become too small. What chaos!

Grow with me clothing to the rescue!

During my third maternity leave, in a particularly cluttered space, I teamed up with a friend to start the company D'amour et de bave, the starting point for a brand of progressive clothing for children. We are then driven by the duty to find an alternative solution to the overconsumption of clothing. My experience as a graphic designer pushes me to draw my first patterns which will be printed on textile. I discover a crazy pleasure there! We are therefore launching a collection of onesies, hoodies and pants which are:

  1. worn two to three times longer than traditional clothing;
  2. unisex, for the most part, and which are therefore shared between brothers and sisters;
  3. designed with sustainable and eco-friendly fabrics
  4. made of unique patterned fabrics designed by myself, which tell the story of the Canadian territory;
  5. made in Quebec, to satisfy my need to contribute to a local economy!

When my partner returned to work as an employee, I decided to continue the adventure by combining the creation of patterns and the sale of progressive clothing under the PEAKBWA banner. Added to the original collection are the Scooba (versatile headband), the reversible toque and the women's sweater. This business project allows me to combine my ecological and family passions and values. It's very satisfying to know that all PEAKBWA products help declutter and are an excellent alternative to overconsumption of clothing among toddlers. I want to encourage people to consume less, but better.


• Sustainable clothing
Natural and comfortable textile fibers
Clothing that grows with the child to reduce consumption
Mostly unisex clothing to encourage sharing

      • Love of the outdoors
      • Unique patterns that tell about our territory

        Reduction of our ecological footprint
        Reuse, recycling
        Zero waste lifestyle at the heart of all our decisions.
        Manufacturing in Quebec

          PEAKBWA against Fast Fashion

          The fashion industry is programmed to flood the market with clothing that is inexpensive, low quality, and intended to be worn for a very short time. We buy then we throw away. This is what we call fast fashion. PEAKBWA refuses to follow this consumption standard; its products are essential in a child's wardrobe. The patterns change with the seasons, but the basics stay for a long time!

          I am very proud that PEAKBWA is one of the companies recognized as being green in Quebec! PEAKBWA is now a member of the Green Pages and the Association québécoise Zéro Déchet, Lumino Santé and Öko Créations, distributor of PEAKBWA products in Canada.

          I guarantee you that decluttering the superfluous makes room for what really matters. Plus, it feels really good! Less is more! To find out more about my journey, I invite you to read my latest article: A single parent off the beaten track and to follow PEAKBWA on Facebook and Instagram.