Photography by MiKO Photo

The history

When Eryn Beattie started a small vintage and upcycled clothing business out of her bedroom, she didn't expect to be opening her own store 2 years later. Some things were just meant to be. Eryn learned to sew in her teens, and altering and upcycling clothing quickly became her favourite activity. As she was finishing her nursing diploma Eryn deiced to turn her passion for creating one of a kind clothing into a small business. Luna Vintage + Goods (formerly Collide Designs) was born. Eryn quickly immersed herself in her clothing business and began selling her creations alongside vintage pieces at local markets and online. In the summer of 2017 Eryn teamed up with other local business to create a community based pop up shop. After the pop up shop was complete Eryn knew that she needed to take the next step. That next step was LUNA COLLECTIVE. 

The present

LUNA COLLECTIVE opened the doors to the public in September 2017. The store was quickly embraced by the local community as a favourite local destination for unique vintage and hand made goods. Eryn brought her clothing business to the shop and Luna Collective became the new homebase for Luna Vintage + Goods. On a quiet day, you can find Eryn sitting behind the counter, with her sewing machine purring, creating new designs.

The shop's vintage and upcycled clothing is in perfect company with a vast selection of locally made goods. You can find products like jewelry, pottery, art, embroidery, candles, leather goods, and much more. There is something for everyone at this local neighbourhood gem.

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