Canada Goose collaborates with Victoria Kakuktinniq on third Parka Capsule

Canadian Winter Clothing manufacturer Canada Goose has teamed up with Inuq Designer Victoria Kakuktinniq for a limited-edition capsule.

The third in Project Atigi its social entrepreneurship program series, the collection comprises of three outerwear styles: Kakuktinniq Parka 1395 USD, Kakuktinniq Down Jacket 995 USD, and Kakuktinniq Jacket 995 USD.

The Kakuktinniq Parka features Arctic Tech fabric and a Tattoo Tape finishing along with an oversized protective hood and longer length. The Kakuktinniq lightweight Down Jacket features a tattoo tape, removable hood, elliptical hem, and cuffs for versatile protection across seasons. The Kakuktinniq Jacket 995 comprises of recycled Dura-Force Light sell fabric, reflective details and a protective extended back hem.

All of the pieces deliver fundamental warmth and protection in harsh conditions. Altogether the capsule celebrates the legacy, craftsmanship and traditions of Inuit design and women in Canada's North. To coincide with the release, a campaign with Inuit has also been lauched featuring Singer, Shina Novalinga; model, Willow Allen; and actress, Marika Sila are activists, known for advocating for their culture and championing equal representation.

The Atigi project was launched in 2019 and has been continuously uniting Canada Goose's sustainability and values-based initiatives. The focus is primarily on the heritage and craftsmanship of the Inuit, the original parka makers.

'Canada Goose was born in the North. We are committed to supporting the people and communities of the region, creating global awareness and understanding of their culture and craft. Project Atigi has always meant more than beautiful designs and donations, it's about celebrating Inuit heritage. We have long revered Victoria and are honoured to be able to bring her story to life globally through these unique pieces,' said Gavin Thompson, Vice President, Corporate Citizenship, Canada Goose.

'ITK is grateful to Victoria Kakuktinniq for contributing her immense talent to this year's installment of Project Atigi, which brings Inuit style and ingenuity to audiences worldwide. Our ongoing relationship with Canada Goose helps to empower Inuit craftspeople, support entrepreneurship and community development in Inuit Nunangat, the Inuit homeland in Canada, and educate consumers about Inuit history and culture. Congratulations, Victoria, on your beautiful collection,' said Natan Obed, President of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami.

For designer Victoria Kakuktinniq, the collection has a special meaning: 'Project Atigi is so empowering - for myself, my community and other Inuit women. Sewing traditional garments is an important part of life in the North. We are artists, we tell our stories through our product. It's more than our livelihood, it's a way of life. Bringing my designs to the global stage is important because it celebrates, educates and inspires. I'm grateful to be a voice for my culture and to give back in such a profound way,' she added.

The Canada Goose Project Atigi 2022 collection is available now online at and in Canada Goose's stores around the world.

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