Life After Birth Gallery Features Beauty of Maternity with Photography from Genevieve Charbonneau

In partnership with Carriage House Birth and the Empowered Birth Project, Toronto intimates company Knix is revealing a new project that brings light to women’s birth and postpartum journey.

Opening in Toronto on Wednesday, the Life After Birth Project is a travelling gallery highlighting women’s stories that honour their transformative birthing experiences. Featuring work from lifestyle photographer Genevieve Charbonneau, the exhibit features stories from 250 women who boldly shared their stories after giving birth, including celebrities Amy Schumer, Jemima Kirke, Jillian Harris and Ricki Lake, as well as the CEO of Knix, Joanna Griffiths.

Knix CEO, Joanna Griffiths, posing with photography from Genevieve Charbonneau

The gallery focuses on rare-sighted depictions of postpartum bodies – with mothers caring for their babies or posing alone, showing their stretch marks, scars, or loose skin. In an interview with Refinery29, Joanna a new message for moms: “You are perfect as you, you are supported, and you are seen.”

The launch of the Life After Birth project tour arrived in tandem with the release of Knix’s Leakproof Nursing Bra and maternity collection. The gallery will be open to the Toronto public at 630 Queen St West from September 18th to the 25th.

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