The Toronto-based brand is known for its collabs with companies like Roots, Jordan, and Canada Goose.
The 3,900-square-foot flagship carries more than 200 styles and colourways of premium knitwear, lightweight down jackets, and more.
The massive two-level shop carries more than 58,000 unique book titles, plus gifts, toys, and lifestyle products.
The Montreal-based eyewear retailer has set up shop in Surrey—with a downtown-Vancouver location to come.
Expect life-sized plushies, train sets, and that light-up floor piano that Tom Hanks dances on in Big.
Under new leadership, the locally founded company will now focus on producing stylish and technical commuter wear for men and women.
The 687-square-foot flagship will carry a large selection of handcrafted, vintage-inspired optical frames and sunglasses for men and women.
The revamped location will feature complimentary alteration services and an aroma bar, among other newly introduced features.
The store's parent company cites increasing retail competition and rising operating costs for the upcoming closures.
And there will be free HEATTECH for all!
Now men can sip, shop, and spiff up all in one spot.
The Japanese casual-apparel retailer is entering the e-commerce market across the country.
The brand, which launched its Kitsilano flagship in 2015, is taking its business across North America.
The closure comes just three months after the retailer relaunched as Vancouver's first dedicated "clean" beauty store.
The outlandish concept space will serve coffee, afternoon tea, and a slew of desserts from local spots like La Glace and Temper Pastry.
The Toronto-based retailer is bringing its range of parkas, bombers, and other designed-for-the-Arctic garments to Pacific Centre.
After 10 years in Toronto, the high-end fashion retailer will open a flagship store in the heart of Whistler village this fall.
The 5,000-square-foot shop carries the world's largest selection of Herschel products.
This time in Coquitlam.
The 2,200-square-foot shop carries the same "elevated contemporary" labels that has earned the family-owned biz a loyal following since 2008.
The flagship carries over 400 styles of men's and women's shoes from brands like Nike, Adidas, Vans, and Karhu.
Metro Vancouver is getting much more Muji.
The store carries womenswear from nearly 20 brands, each of which is committed to responsible manufacturing practices.
Now located at 51 Powell Street, the former womenswear shop has shifted its focus to green beauty and lifestyle products.
The shopping centre is commencing its second phase of construction that will add a whopping 84,000 square feet to the existing footprint.