Almost 4,000 kilograms of ice, to be exact.
The regional agency is hoping to inspire pride in Metro Vancouver's transit system with branded T-shirts, shower curtains, and other products.
Fancy a porcupine-shaped toothpick holder? Or perhaps a Salvador Dalí–inspired wooden cuckoo clock?
Just in time for Halloween, the sale will stock "crazy" headdresses, robes, medieval gear, body suits, and more at bargain prices.
Curated by Westbank, the temporary pop-up installations runs from October 14 to December 17 at the Fairmont Pacific Rim.
The cult brand is bringing its consciously crafted mens- and womenswear to the city for the first time, thanks to a partnership with Nordstrom.
The multi-sensory installation invites guests into a silent disco party, a Lebanese-style sitting room, and other spaces that tell the story of the company's newly crafted scents.
The two-day event will feature local makers hawking T-shirts, pins, and prints designed for self-described cat ladies, handcrafted Japanese soaps, and more.
Now in its 17th year, the event will feature local names like Mary Ebra, Alex S. Yu, Bianca Barr, and Evan Clayton.
The Canadian footwear designer is debuting his fall 2017 collection with an eccentric, silver-hair-only party in Gastown.