About Deborah Murray

Deborah Murray is a Canadian designer based in Calgary, Canada. She designs and supervises the production of jackets, vests and throws at her factory in Calgary. Fabrics are sourced from Italy and around the world. Deborah attends fabric buying trade shows in New York, Paris and Shanghai.

She likes to use the best possible fabrics (sometimes designing her own fabrics). The fabric inspires the design of the clothing. Deborah attended a 3 year design course at St. Lawrence College in Kingston, Ontario.

Some of her customers over the years have included Jane Fonda, Senator Joyce Fairbairn, Maureen McTeer (wife of Joe Clark), and wives of Alberta premiers. The prime minister of Japan was presented with one of her throws at the G8 summit in Kananaskis.

Deborah's products are sold across Canada and in the US.