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Books, objects and trinkets for those who appreciate the Vancouver Public Library’s Colosseum-influenced central branch both for its unconventional design and for what’s inside.
Count on these calming gift ideas to keep your recipients as cool, relaxed and unbothered as Dude Chilling Park’s resident (and recently resurrected) reclining figure.
Fun and offbeat gifts that will have your friends and family smiling wide like the figures at English Bay’s much loved (and photographed) A-maze-ing Laughter.
The traditionally gritty, hard-edged vibe of East Van shines in these industrial-leaning picks—each of which, like the East Van cross, emits a glow of its own.
Whether inspired by Science World’s shape, the knowledge within it, or both, these innovative objects are bound to impress the tech-inclined in your life.
Rainy day essentials, but make it fashion.
Okoko Cosmétiques uses plant-based ingredients (and a little cosmetic chemistry) to make clean, high-performance products.
From idiot-proof self-tanners to rosewater mists, here are the products our style editor swore by this summer.
Corduroy, faux tiger-print fur, ripstop, oh my!
The makeup artist also drops her skincare routine. Because we know you were wondering.
The ocean flows through designer Courtney Chew's veins—metaphorically, anyway.
Vegetarians, avert your gaze.
The locally based line ditches the excess frills traditionally seen in wedding attire for sleek, wear-again-and-again styles.
From sessions that use low-level electrical currents to those that employ cold strips of gauze, here's how to get your skin in tip-top shape.
Downlow and Mister have dreamed up the ultimate sweet-salty-spicy collab.
Recently launched online shop Finding July aims to offer clothing that exudes "the excitement and joy" of summer.
Ah, summertime, and the livin’ is easy—so shouldn’t your beauty routine be, too?
Say "see ya" to dry, flaky skin.
Jessye Ashworth knows the importance of a good sleep.
The dreamy, pink-and-green space carries Auld's full range of West Coast-inspired bling.
A giant indoor skate park and activities like live tattooing and design-your-own-Vans workshops are just some of the highlights at the city's first-ever House of Vans pop-up.
The Vancouver-born makeup artist and founder of RMS Beauty says that "robot skin" was never en vogue.
Summer sucks, but dressing for it shouldn't have to.
Because your four-legged friends deserve cool, responsibly made goods, too.
The menswear visionaries' vintage works are available for a limited time at Nordstrom.
Some summer styles you can get into.
The local biz is bringing its pre-loved designer goods to the former Boboli men’s space.
Burb wants to bring a "big city" experience to the region's suburbs—and a more luxurious, comfortable one at that.
The London-based Lucas Hugh is now available at Kitsilano’s TurF.
Spoiler: it's not actually an orange.
The serum has sold out multiple times since its launch—and with good reason.
Rain, rain, go away... or don't, I guess!
More than 30 local designers are converging in Mount Pleasant to offer deep discounts on sustainably crafted goods.
What do you do when you can't find stylish outerwear that won't break the bank? For one designer, you create your own.
The design-obsessed folks behind the website Craigsbest are aiming to elevate cannabis consumption with a range of fun and functional goods.
The designer is coming to the West Coast with her range of easy, breezy "lifestyle lingerie."
For a limited time, you can shop the Toronto-based label's dainty bling IRL.
In response to a post by Instagram fashion critic Diet Prada, Oak and Fort says similarities between its products and those by indie label J. Hannah are "totally coincidental."
Yes, the pizza’s great, but let’s talk about Nightingale’s other offerings, shall we?
Divert single-use plastics from the landfill and support local!
The city is one of five around the world that will test-sip the new ecofriendly alternatives.
The made-in-Israel label—known for its removable "foot beds"—puts quality and durability first.
Can you eat a shot? Why, yes. Yes, you can.
Ahead of the event's fall/winter 2019 showcase, dozens of ex-volunteers shared experiences in which they worked long hours, faced unsafe conditions and were unpaid. But VFW maintains that it's serving the local fashion community.
The sustainable-clothing event features garments, accessories and beauty goods from more than 30 indie Canadian designers.
The husband-and-wife duo, who have dressed the likes of Beyoncé and Priyanka Chopra, is conducting its first Canadian runway show in Vancouver.
Is there anything Uniqlo can’t do?
The original direct-to-consumer eyewear brand is launching a brick-and-mortar outpost in B.C.
Think of it as a fairground for the senses—or an olfactory amusement park, if you will.
The 23-year-old has already made big moves in Vancouver's fashion world.
Leopard is this season’s ubiquitous, most can’t-be-tamed print—oh, and a total neutral, if you ask us.
Thanks, Leslie Knope, for a dreaming up an occasion we can all get behind.
The event’s organizers posted a now-deleted casting call for models with size requirements considered unhealthy even for runway standards, sparking outrage from the local fashion community.
The Riley Park boutique wants to be your go-to spot for coconut-scented floss, Japanese bath soaks and more.
Gift these items to friends and fam for bonus points on the luck-o-metre as we enter the Year of the Pig.
Vancouver's Holt Renfrew is the only Canadian retailer where you can nab the streetwear phenom's menswear in advance of its international release.
The restaurant, which will feature eight of Vancouver's brightest chefs for the event, is making a strong case for dining out in January.
The Montreal-based retailer, which produces a range of affordable prescription frames, makes its mark in B.C. with two brick-and-mortar outposts.
The Toronto-based label prides itself on its minimalist, ethically made and affordable wardrobe basics.
A pair of faux-fur-lined stockings from Pudus has once again made the lifestyle maven's list of favourite things for the holidays.