The city's answer to the Kentucky Derby is back for another day of food, fashion, and thrilling pony races this summer.
The money will benefit the company's social-impact partners, which includes Vinyasa Yoga for Youth and Love Your Brain Ottawa.
Until June 30, customers can drop off gently worn denim in exchange for a discount at the company's Gastown flagship.
The temporary boutique will offer handmade, cruelty-free goods for the home, wardrobe, and more—all from womxn entrepreneurs.
Your hunt for the perfect, wear-everywhere T-shirt ends here.
The Bronx-born artist says the 6ix God has an "Adidon" line in the works that is dubbed after his secret son, Adonis.
Holla if you a hauler.
Shop ethically produced apparel, homewares, and other goodies at the temporary boutique, which runs until Sunday (May 13).
All-natural skin-care and spa products new to Vancouver.
Situated on the retailer’s skybridge, the temporary boutique offers shoppers a first look at Chanel Beauty’s new Les Beiges collection.
The collab includes TDE- and DAMN-branded long-sleeve Ts, hoodies, and hats that will be available for a limited time.
The online DIY destination is making it easy for Canadians to support local and handmade with a limited-time promotion.
From May 2 to 6, the floral creations will be displayed alongside a European-style market offering fresh-cut stems and bouquets.
Taking place on May 10, the event will offer shoppers one-night-only discounts at select stores in the neighbourhood.
Old and "ghost" fishing nets are among the waste that's transformed into swimwear.
Taking place from April 20 to 22, the event will feature a selection of handmade homewares, clothing, cosmetics, pet goods, and more.
The designer sale will feature quality, handmade goods from Metro Vancouver makers, each of which will be priced at no more than $50.
Taking place from March 23 to 25, the event offers everything from wheel-thrown tableware and décor to handcrafted jewellery and bags.
The Vancouver- and NYC–based brand will present garments in Yaletown as a preview to the café, which is slated to open in May.
An exhibition showcasing the upcycled results of a project from Langara College's design-formation program is on display until March 27.
More than 30 Canadian designers will converge in Mount Pleasant to sell "slow fashion" garments on March 17 and 18.
Treat yo'self (and your four-legged pals) to apparel, accessories, and treats dedicated to man and woman's BFF.
The two Vancouver-based companies have created the technical athleisure collection of your dreams, gentlemen.
Visitors at Oakridge Centre will be able to take in exhibitions celebrating Lunar New Year until February 25.
Dubbed the Global Fashion Collective, the initiative make its debut at New York Fashion Week on Thursday (February 8).