Lifetime Collective (Lifetime), is proud to announce that it has signed a Canadian distribution deal with Tiger Distribution. This move represents a significant commitment to Lifetime’s long term vision of a strong and prosperous relationship in the Canadian marketplace.
Lifetime produces high-quality, creative and inspired clothing
with roots in the snow, skate, surf and progressive fashion boutique
driven markets. With this in mind, Lifetime has chosen Tiger
Distribution’s firm knowledge of the industry, coupled with an
experienced team and strong retail relationships, to help support,
facilitate and execute on the strengths of the brand.
“This is a very exciting opportunity for us. We’ve watched
Lifetime grow and progress over the years and always maintained a great
friendship with the minds behind the brand.” says Jesse Bowden of Tiger
Distribution. “When we were presented with the chance to help manage the
Canadian market, it was simply a no-brainer and something we had to
jump on. With a solid understanding of the brand and much admiration for
its creators, it makes for such a natural fit with in the Tiger
Lifetime and Tiger Distribution will begin working together
starting with the distribution of Lifetime’s upcoming Holiday 2013
collection, followed by the sales and distribution of the Spring/Summer
Lifetime will be exhibiting at the KNOWSHOW in Vancouver, BC.
this July 31st to August 1st, 2013 at the Vancouver Convention Centre,
where appointment times to view the new collection will be set up by
If you find yourself south of the border Lifetime will also be
showing at Capsule NYC from July 22nd to 23rd and at Capsule Vegas from
August 19th to 20th.
About Lifetime Collective:
Founded in 2002 by Reid Stewart and Trevor Fleming, beneath a buzzing
light bulb in a dingy basement suite, The Lifetime Collective began as a
collaborative group of artists and friends. With clothing as the main
focus, Lifetime is inspired by the communities we live in, the places we
travel to, and the curious characters that surround us. It is a
family-spirited operation receptive to ideas that are shifting and paths
that are twisting.
More than a “brand of lifestyle,” Lifetime is defined by the changes that occur and the creative ways we adapt.
In fact, the theme of Lifetime should be, “a work in progress,” as it is
ever-changing and far from finished, a dream never fully realized.
By Press release