From weird and wacky fetes to charitable all-women affairs, here are the region's must-visit shopping events this gift-giving season.
Taking place from Wednesday to Sunday (November 7 to 11), the holiday affair features handmade goods from more than 300 vendors.
From upcycled lanterns to delightfully creepy "uddercakes", these are the objects (and people) shaping B.C.'s diverse design scene.
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.
On the hunt for winterwear but can't reconcile investing in something that uses animal byproducts like down and leather? We got you.
The Montreal-based eyewear retailer has set up shop in Surrey—with a downtown-Vancouver location to come.
TaskRabbit allows people to find local freelance labourers who are skilled in jobs such as yard work, cleaning, furniture assembly, and more.
Expect life-sized plushies, train sets, and that light-up floor piano that Tom Hanks dances on in Big.
The hipster brand is back.
It's a move that will likely save many a sanity and relationship.
Dubbed JH x Etsy, the line is comprised of locally designed and crafted items for the home, wardrobe, and even your four-legged friends.
With endless opportunities for layering and accessorizing, autumn is undoubtedly the best season for dressing.
If anyone wants to know about the party side of Bill Cunningham, the New York Times street photographer who died in 2016, this movie is the place to go.
From interior-design superstars to expertly upcycled furnishings, here are our picks for this year's home-and-design highlights.
Design stars Colin McAllister, Justin Ryan, and Sarah Gallop share décor tips ahead of their appearances at the Vancouver Fall Home Show.
Shameless Resale—a magical place where your shopping aspirations become a reality.
The style-centric exhibition explores what women would've worn to orchestra shows in the city from the '20s to present day.
Under new leadership, the locally founded company will now focus on producing stylish and technical commuter wear for men and women.
More than 40 stunningly ornate garments—including that lovingly meme'd Met Gala cape—offer visitors a look into the couturiere's revered career.