crisse que je voudrais me noyer
dans mon DavidsTea
Earl Grey avec vanille thym
menthe caramel et Xanax
mais je n’ai pas encore de page Wikipédia
à mon nom
il y a la guerre en Syrie
pis l’absence de fame
comme disait Bouddha
« it’s the hard knock life for us »
Hochelagurls, it's Noémie the astrophysics graduate who makes fist bumps to Hubert Reeves; it's Mandy, the queen of philosophy who is not so comfortable with Hegel; it's the Great Odalisque born with a back deformity; is Laurence the young ghostbuster capable of capturing the ghost of Denis Vanier; is Chloé the holder of a doctorate in sociology; is Agathe and Agnès the ultra-badass twins of the golden age; is Émilie the former junkie devoted to her young son; it's Marie-Christine on her hospital bed because of anorexia; it's the young girl with the pearl who dances in the bars of Saint-Lau; it's Gretchen the Pale, Nelligan's blonde, obsessed with tanning. She's also a gurl named Audrey, a distant descendant of Anne Hébert, who loves poetry, the 1990s and funky Doritos.
In a revised and expanded version with several new texts, Hochelagurls features a crew of warriors as strong as Beyoncé, but as vulnerable and sensitive as Sylvia Plath, in a hood where darkness, incandescence and a delirious scent of TNT and Kool-Aid are intermingled.
Author: Audrey Hébert
Publisher: Ta mère
Number of pages: 144
Publication date: 27 February 2023 - new edition
Anne-Marie and Catherine are the inseparable friends who founded the brand in 2009. Their sustainable and minimalist clothing collections are designed in their Mile End workshop-boutique, then gently manufactured in Montreal from natural fiber textiles.
We have been experimenting and refining our processes for a dozen years to work with the best natural fibers available. We select our materials for their durability, comfort, aesthetic properties and for the conditions in which they were produced. We give priority to suppliers close to our workshop. Many of our jerseys and knits are made in Canada, while some woven fabrics come from the United States. For more specialized materials, we work with Japan and some European countries (mainly Italy and northern countries). It is essential for us to make sure that the workers' conditions are fair, and the best way to be sure is to choose countries that have a charter of individual rights similar to ours!
We ship from our Mile End (Montreal) workshop in an average of 3 to 5 business days. In Canada, delivery is free for orders of 150$ before taxes and more. The shipping rate is fixed for Quebec and Ontario at 10$ and for the rest of Canada, 15$. For local delivery in Montreal, the fee is 7$ for orders under 150$. By entering your shipping address, you will know if the local delivery option is available to you.
Exchanges are accepted within 10 days of receipt of the package. A notice must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain return authorization. Items must be unworn and the package must include your name and order number. Shipping costs for the return are at the customer's expense and atelier b will pay for the return of the second item. A credit may be applied, no refund.
Masks, underwear and sale items are on final sale.
If the color or size you are looking for is no longer available, please write to us. We have an inventory of fabric in the shop that allows us to make any of our patterns, whether it is this one or a piece from a past collection. Just write to us at email@example.com with the pattern you are looking for so we can suggest fabrics and colors! Orders sewn in our workshop are at regular price (if the pattern is on sale, the discount does not apply to a piece sewn to order). Production time may vary from 4 to 6 weeks. Items from past collections sewn to order have a 10% surcharge. We can also make alterations to the pattern, in which case there will be an additional charge depending on the situation which can vary from 10 to 20%.