Whether you’re into ecofriendly apparel or one-off bling, the Crawl has you covered.
The hipster brand is back.
Dubbed JH x Etsy, the line is comprised of locally designed and crafted items for the home, wardrobe, and even your four-legged friends.
The piece is inspired by a historical lithograph that touches on themes of equal rights, independence, and free speech.
The capsule line includes hoodies, raglan Ts, and T-shirts emblazoned with the ill-fated b-ball team's growling bear mascot and turquoise logo.
Taking place on Saturday (September 29), the pop-up marketplace is one of 37 happening across Canada on the same day.
Featuring products sourced directly from artisans, Kasandy is now appearing at fall and holiday weekend markets.
Hello, boho-chic tassels, pockets, and three-quarter-length sleeves!
No item will be more than $50.
The temporary boutique features clothing, accessories, décor, and beauty products dreamed up and produced by more than 35 Mexican makers.
Plus, our top blowout picks from brands like Babaton, Nike, Herschel, and TNA.
International designers like Kim Tiziana Rottmuller and Carlton Jones will also take to the runway as part of Vancouver Fashion Week’s Global Fashion Collective.
The Vancouver-based company makes merino-wool and cotton-and-linen coverings that are designed to go the distance.
The homegrown yoga empire is officially two decades old.
Taking place on September 15 and 16, the "slow fashion" market will feature over 30 local designers, brands, and artists.
Tickets are a cool $400—plus tax—because of course.
Lineups are to be expected.
Expect up to 80 percent off women's and men's clothing, as well as footwear and accessories, from the locally founded label.
Call it wine you can wear.
Dubbed Marni Market, the shop-in-shop stocks vacation-ready accessories like picnic baskets, colourful clutches, and woven totes.
The temporary boutique carries tailored frocks, fuzzy slides, and a rainbow of chic handbags that embody the French brand's understated style.
Proceeds from the vegan product will benefit the Rob Stewart Foundation, a nonprofit that honours the late filmmaker's environmental work.
I guess you could say… we're lovin' it?
The couturiere was responsible for the massive, trailing canary cape that Rihanna wore to the Met Gala in 2015, a piece that will be shown here.
Because nothing says "O Canada!" like a heart-pounding workout.