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Thursday, April 20, 2017

Shop this: Analog Watch Co.

It's Sattva's time to shine

Posted By on Thu, Apr 20, 2017 at 4:11 PM

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April has been a big month for Sarah Bannerman Andrews, who recently rang in the first anniversary of her clothing and lifestyle shop Sattva Boutique (2453 Agricola Street). During that time she’s been committed to bringing “conscious consumerism” to the shop, filling it with mostly locally made, ethical brands. “The shop is primarily full of articles designed and made in Canada, but every once in a while when something is not available or we find a great company like Analog we like to diversify a little,” she says of the wooden watches ($199) she’s carried since day one. Drawn to their minimal design, Bannerman Andrews calls them “art for the wrist,” adding: “If that wasn’t enough, the company’s mandate is to work in accordance with nature, production is ethical and each time we sell a watch a tree is planted.”

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