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Sophie Grégoire Trudeau And The Canadian Labels She Has Worn

Sentaler, Erdem, Greta Constantine, to name but a few.

Everyone's talking about what Sophie Grégoire Trudeau's wearing, and that's not necessarily a bad thing.

Grégoire-Trudeau has been adamant about supporting Canadian talent during her public appearances, often wearing head-to-toe Canadian ensembles for major events with her husband, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

With the help of her stylist and friend, Jessica Mulroney, the 40-year-old mother-of-three has managed to bring both established and up-and-coming homegrown talent onto the international stage, with global publications such as Vogue, WWD and the New York Times ID-ing her high-profile looks. She's also been known to rep a little Aldo from time to time, because what Canadian doesn't shop at Aldo?

Here's a recap of the Canadian designers Grégoire Trudeau has worn so far:

Worn at the International Women's Empowerment Leadership Conference & Gala.

Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau wore the SENTALER Long Wide Collar Wrap Coat @jessicamulroney #WearCanadian

A photo posted by Canadian Luxury Outerwear (@sentaler) on

Sophie wore several coats from the Canadian outerwear brand to various ceremonies, including Trudeau's swearing-in ceremony.

Sophie Gregorie-Trudeau wearing #lucianmatis #ss16 in #washingtondc

A photo posted by Lucian Matis (@lucianmatis) on

For the Prime Minister's trip to Washington, D.C., Grégoire Trudeau wore two dresses by Romanian-Canadian designer, and former "Project Runway Canada" contestant, Lucian Matis.

Sophie has worn jackets from the Toronto-based label twice: once during the prime minister's speech on International Women's Day and the other to the Canada 2020 reception that took place at the Renwick Art Gallery in Washington, D.C.

Underneath Grégoire Trudeau's Sentaler coat at the swearing-in ceremony was a dress by Canadian fashion designer (and Kate Middleton fave), Erdem Moralioglu.

Mrs. Trudeau wearing one of our shawls 🌸

A photo posted by Tammy Beauvais Designs (@tammybeauvaisdesigns) on

Sophie donned an aboriginal cape by Tammy Beauvais, a fourth-generation artisan from Kahnawake, Que., to the National Arts Centre's art and reconciliation panel discussion in January. She also gifted a similar cape to U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama during the recent state visit to Washington, D.C.

During the state visit, Grégoire Trudeau had two ensembles by Montreal-based Vietnamese-Canadian designer, Duy Nguyen.

In Washington, Sophie carried two handbags from the Swedish/Canadian label, ela.

Sophie paired her Lucian Matis day dress with a pair of pink pumps by Zvelle.

For her interview with Katie Couric, Grégoire Trudeau wore a blazer by Canadian label, Smythe.

Sophie wore a Judith & Charles dress with her Ellie Mae jacket at the Canada 2020 reception.

In 2008, Sophie modelled a dress by Montreal designer Marie Saint-Pierre at the Heart Truth Fashion Show during Toronto Fashion Week.

In 2012, Grégoire Trudeau chose a gold gown by Montreal brand Theia for the Bal du Musee.

Sophie's black jumpsuit for the Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards in April 2016 had a few fiery details with its deep V and exposed back. But it was the flowing, floor-length cape with embellished shoulders that stole the show.

With files from Angelyn Francis.

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