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Saskatoon bridal shop aims to provide sustainable, ethically sourced products

Saskatoon bridal shop aims to provide sustainable, ethically sourced products
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Mylynh Bridal is looking to bring sustainable and ethically sourced dresses to customers, with a portion of the proceeds going to help educate young girls in Indonesia.

Jeanny Buan has always dreamed of having her own bridal shop.

“I always had this vision that I’d be designing dresses, designing bags,” she said.

Born in the Philippines, Buan immigrated to Canada in 2011 and, after a few years, started to realize her dreams.

Buan launched her first brand, Viahera Canada, in 2017 and recently took over ownership of Saskatoon’s Mylynh Bridal.
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