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Although the signature Vancouver headgear must definitely be the knitted toque (spotted well into summer), you can buy all manner of fancy and casual...
The Net Loft, 1666 Johnston Street
The Latino gangsta fashion trend dubbed 'cholo chic' begins and ends here with cutting-edge labels for tough guys with skinny hips and fat wallets.
1025 Robson Street
An excellent, established source for up-and-coming local designers, as well as international brands such as APC, Converse, RVCA and Red Flag Designs,...
3683 Main Street
A massive designer selection and long-standing track record have kept this place on the map for years.
775 Burrard Street
Future Shop's CD selection is scant, but the DVDs are competitively priced. If you're a gadget-geek, you'll be in heaven.
796 Granville Street
Golden Age has one of the best selections of graphic novels and comic collections in the city. If you're searching for early issues of Batman, a 1970s Star...
852 Granville Street
With the most far-ranging selection in the city, Gravity Pope is the best stop for funky flats, bejewelled Birkenstocks, cowboy boots, leather clogs,...
2205 W 4th Avenue
Weird Japanese collectable toys provide wacky eye candy amid the club gear and streetwear.
1232 Burrard Street
Even the tiniest little posy from the excellent Hilary Miles Flowers will be the height of glamour and sophistication - guaranteed.
1854 W 1st Avenue
The younger Hill progeny have taken this clothing store, a family-owned institution that was once a dry-goods shop, to new levels of hip. One son grew the...
2125 W 41st Avenue
Hunt & Gather is the perfect showcase for local designer Natalie Purschwitz's much-feted collections (which, incidentally, she sews right here). The chic...
225 Carrall Street
Inform Interiors is an airy two-storey home of big-ticket designer furniture and inventive living accessories. Buy (or covet) modern classics like the...
50 Water Street
Located in Gastown since 1979, this is a good place to take a look at Canadian aboriginal art from the North-west Coast, as well as the arctic regions....
206 Cambie Street
A local legend, Fluevog's been cobbling since the 1980s, when high-school girls wore his black pointy flats and street punks donned his 12-eyelet boots....
837 Granville Street
A homegrown shoe retailer known for its often-quirky and colourful designs, John Fluevog's massive modern store - a tourist attraction in its own right - is...
65 Water Street
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