The once-small retail outpost has moved across the street from the historic East End Livery Stable to a new, 2,000-square-foot space—lots of room for its own house brands, along with plenty of other local artisans. Expect outdoorsy unisex apparel from Camp Brand Goods and delicate, minimalist jewellery pieces from CoutuKitsch.
Mood Consignment has transformed from an Instagram-based store to a brick-and-mortar boutique on Jasper Avenue. This storefront carries jewellery from Canadian brands Sugar Blossom and Haiku Lane, as well as a broad range of trendy women’s consignment from names like Kate Spade and Aritzia. Plus, they offer one-on-one stylist appointments for those extra-special occasions.
Leon’s new compact and intimate showroom uses a form of augmented reality that helps shoppers see how that fireplace, reclining sectional and hand-painted canvas of Times Square would look together—no moving required. This outlet also houses an 11-foot video wall that allows shoppers to view additional furniture that isn’t available in-store.
Luxury Danish audio brand Bang and Olufsen has opened a new, two-storey location downtown. Expect a vast range of audio products—from Beoplay’s wireless, noise-cancelling headphones (with a built-in Google Assistant) to Øivind Slaatto’s award-winning on-wall modular speaker system: customizable hexagonal speaker tiles for the indecisive.
Two North Vancouver stores combine in a newly renovated location to create this 16,000-square-foot flagship store. Shoppers can check out exclusive pieces from Vancouver manufacturer Van Gogh, customize their own upholstery items, and give sofas the all-important “sit-test” in this stunning space.