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AboutUs

GALLERIADELEcreates edgy wardrobe staples for women who want to feel effortlessly cool and luxuriously rebellious.

Our collections feature simple and versatile pieces that you can put together without thinking and still feel confident and cool. Those pieces that are casual enough to wear every day, but can also be dressed up for a night out.

We believe in creating high-quality products that our customers can value and wear for a long time. Our first priority is to the quality of our products in how they look, how they are made, and what materials are used. All of our products are crafted in Canada with the highest quality, natural materials.

We like to be a little bit rebellious. That’s why all of our products have a bit of an edge, whether it’s an exaggerated sleeve length, a hidden skull, or light distressing. We want our pieces to make you feel rebellious in the most luxurious way.

The magnificent Emma Doolin

Meet
Emma

GALLERIADELE was founded in 2022 by Dr. Emma Doolin. Emma has always loved fashion and design, but chose a different career path to start and received her PhD in neuroscience. The rebellious act of leaving academia is reflected in the aesthetic of the brand, featuring elevated essentials with a rebellious edge. Emma applies her scientific research skills and critical thinking to product development, putting a significant amount of research into what materials are used, how products are made, and where they are made. The combination of rebellious style, quality materials and local craftsmanship defines the core brand values of GALLERIADELE.

GALLERIADELE Sustainability Ambition

As a designer and manufacturer in the fashion industry, it is our mission to be intentional and mindful about creating products in a sustainable fashion. We believe that this begins with creating high-quality products that our customers can value and wear for a long time. Our first priority is to the quality of our products in how they look, how they are made, and what materials are used. Whenever possible, materials are sourced locally or from deadstock in order to reduce the global supply chain. By implementing unique digital IDs associated with each garment, we are providing supply chain transparency and promoting a circular economy.

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