Anyone walking down Robson Street might think the city was preparing for a hurricane—or recovering from a hockey riot.
He's created everything from high-end womenswear and menswear to stunning bridal gowns to atelier-based bespoke clothing, but now Vancouv
The company has not offered any forecasts for this year, due to the uncertainty created by the COVID-19 pandemic.
When Vancouver's Vessi footwear put out an offer on Tuesday to provide 1,000+ free sneakers, it received an overwhelming response in just
Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada's chief public health officer, and Dr. Deena Hinshaw, Alberta's chief medical officer, also emblazon the new looks.that raise funds for food-security charities.
Local garden stores have seen a surge in vegetable-seed sales in the past week.
Made by a company better known for $1,000 parkas, the gear will be donated locally at no cost.
The cool collab marks the 35th anniversary of the label behind Public Enemy, Run DMC, and the Beastie Boys.
Technical gear to sneakers to backbacks, homegrown fashion innovators are nominated for several national awards.
"He has been the master of mobilizing young people all his life."