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Vancouver’s own Paper Label doesn’t literally use paper for its contemporary, comfort-modern loungewear designs, but it turns out the founders are a fan of the page in other capacities… like books (maybe you’ve heard of them?).
To kick off a three-day pop-up at Little Mountain Shop, Paper Label will play host to “Novel Idea”: a night of local literature, plentiful libations and a chance to shop the latest collection, which sounds appealingly similar to my usual Thursday night plans (hate-reading Normal People with a glass of red in my pajama pants).
Authors Megan Williams (Our Interupted Fairy Tale), Tage Lee (Mama Needs a Drink) and Mary Hodder Ross (An Unnatural Choice) will read from their works, and Paper Label will have limited-edition sleep shirts and totes for sale if you’re feeling like you deserve a treat for being the type of sophisticated person who attends literary events (you do!).
All funds from the event will go to Read for the Cure.
THE DEETSThursday, September 26, 20194386 Main Street, VancouverTickets are $18 in advance, $20 at the door, and include a custom bag