Lululemon has proposed a 13-storey building at the corner of Foley Street and Great Northern Way.
All Saints, Longchamp, and Ted Baker are some of the name brands at the event that kicks off tomorrow (July 19) at Pacific Centre.
As Vancouver heads towards its annual Pride celebrations, there’s no shortage of companies jumping on the rainbow bandwagon.
The limited edition line includes apparel and home décor.
Launching today, the Plant Shoe is the local company's answer to stats that's Americans alone throw 300 million pairs a year into the landfill.
Writer-director Frédéric Tcheng draws on a trove of archival material, as well as celebrity pals including Marisa Berenson and Liza Minnelli.
The former creative force behind Calvin Klein Home mines her memory and library for brass and deep-blue accents at Westbank tower.
Think swimsuits and t-shirts emblazoned with the signature cheese puffs.
Think Hufflepuff slip-ons, a Gryffindor backpack, and a Deathly Hallows jacket.
Her looks have been featured in international glossies including Vogue U.K.
Its new cosmetics range includes lipsticks, brow pencils, and CC cushions.
The U.S. luxury brand teamed up with China-based creatives for its pre-fall collection.
While celebrating its 80th, the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver recognized a 96-year-old former bookkeeper.
After 20 years, a local cooking school and cooking retail chainlet has closed down one of its locations.
As it celebrates its second year, Crafted Vancouver has more than 70 events on offer this month.
The Figure light will be part of the dance company's silent auction during Program 3 from Thursday to Saturday (May 9 to 11).
If you want to beautify your property with trees while contributing to the growth of Vancouver’s tree canopy, now’s a good time to do so.
The sixth annual Paper Couture exhibition runs through May 12.
The area known as Mount Pixel is being fuelled by a zoning amendment, a future SkyTrain line, and the creation of a new Emily Carr University campus.
With its mountain of evidence, this documentary will send you digging through your medicine cabinets, makeup bags, and shower caddies to pore over labels.