Who We Are

Anne Mulaire’s clothing lines honour Canada’s French, Indigenous, and Métis character. With hints of Prairie culture, notes of the North, and shades of the Pacific Northwest. Anne Mulaire is an expression of heritage, beauty, comfort, and pride.

What We Value


We nurture collective displacement, helping people find their place in the world.


Rituals are found. Not lost.


Enabling people to get creative in the way they want to live.


We prioritize habits and practices that encourage living in harmony with nature.

Meet the Founder & CEO


Where It All Began

Inspired by Héritage

Shop the heritage collection

Awards and Highlights

Costume stylist

Costume stylist for Lisa Meeches, host of APTN’s Taken.

Entrepreneurship award

Andréanne Mulaire Dandeneau received an entrepreneurship award from the Saint-Boniface Francophone Chamber of Commerce, recognizing her achievements in sustainable design and environment.

National Laurier PME Award

VOILÀ Designs received the National Laurier PME Award recognizing its transition from a small to a medium-sized enterprise.

Excellence in Aboriginal Leadership Award

Andréanne Mulaire Dandeneau was awarded the Excellence in Aboriginal Leadership Award from the Asper School of Business, University of Manitoba.

Fosse aux Lions

VOILÀ Designs was awarded the Grand Prize of Fosse aux Lions (Lion’s Den in Winnipeg).

Canadian Museum for Human Rights

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights commissioned Andréanne Mulaire Dandeneau to design a unique shawl for their boutique. Performer Ginette Reno wore it while singing the national anthem at the Museum’s opening ceremonies.

Royal Winnipeg Ballet

The Royal Winnipeg Ballet commissioned Andréanne Mulaire Dandeneau to design an Alexander McQueen-inspired haute couture gown to promote their 2012–2013 season.

Costume Designer

Costume designer for NAfro Dance Company in Winnipeg. (2004-2015)