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At Orb and Arson, slope style turns vibrantly hip
Traditionally, the only time serious shredders busted out ’80s-inspired neon outerwear is when they were vying for best costume during the spring slush cup on closing weekend. The...
Parka versus cape: staying warm in style
Have you ever stumbled upon a funky hat that looks totally rock ’n’ roll on you in the store, but then when you get it home, you realize it’s actually a tad too whimsical (and not...
The costume possibilities at Millennium are virtually endless
Still haven’t found a costume? Don’t have time to sift through jam-packed thrift-store racks? Don’t have any desire to spray on a prepackaged sexy-nurse outfit? No worries....
Vancouver's Eco Fashion Week carves out a stylish niche
For a grassroots, volunteer-run event, Eco Fashion Week is fast becoming one of the most respected and well-publicized runway extravaganzas in the city. Opening night, for example...
Avery by Wang favours understated chic
Saving a few bucks on cheap disposable clothing may feel good at the point of purchase, but seeing those duds unthread after the first wash can be a bit of a killjoy. As is...
Rachel Roy brings us sexy-meets-grunge ready-to-wear
With barrel-chested security guards manning a private green room and a crowd of revved up fans waiting outside, interviewing Rachel Roy feels a bit like sneaking backstage at a...
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Stylistas spill their fab finds: Meena Mann
If you’ve ever seen Meena Mann out and about at fashion events or caught one of her segments on FMA Entertainment Weekly, you know this Vancouver TV host is one immaculate...
Vancouver's inaugural Fashion's Night Out lives up to the hype
There’s been a lot of lead-up to Fashion’s Night Out Vancouver—publicity stunts, design competitions, nonstop social-media campaigning. And guess what? It paid off. When it came...
Peekaboo Beans's cool CiCi Bean tween line doubles body image and style
When it comes to instilling self-esteem in prepubescent girls, parents have always had a lot of forces working against them: peer pressure, mass-media advertising, impossible...
Pia Dargani's Clutches of Karma pairs beauty and benevolence
Pia Dargani didn’t set out to become a handbag designer. She was just a girl on a mission to locate the perfect black clutch, but she couldn’t find it anywhere. After several...
SkyTrain service disrupted on Millennium Line
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Bonnie Brooks steps down as president of Hudson's Bay Company
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Interracial Cheerios ad spoof: Because lesbians eat cereal too, you know
New report outlines barriers faced by aboriginal people in Canada
News for Youse: RCMP drill at UBC, B.C. debt highest in Canada, and police accused of abusing homeless
Vision Vancouver demonstrates political courage in promoting more bike lanes
Large protest voices opposition against gentrification of the Downtown Eastside
Major American news outlet breaks news that Canucks players Ryan Kesler, Alex Burrows, and Daniel Sedin are all gay
Christy Clark puts Surrey first in cabinet, dissing Vancouver, North Shore, and northeast sector
Zoo Zhop is Vancouver's latest cultural casualty
Second arrested Pidgin protester to appear in court
The Real Housewives of Vancouver will not return for third season
The Janoskians don't deserve attention for pulling sexually violent pranks
Rotten Tomatoes critic who gave Uwe Boll's 2005 stinker a fresh rating says "let it go"
Postmedia boss says it's conceivable that there may not be daily papers in Vancouver
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