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6,000 guests flocked to False Creek for the dinner party of the year.
Vancouver's Livingspace celebrates its new 2,700-square-foot Molteni&C Dada shop-within-a-shop with a sip-and-mingle soiree.
Scenes from this past weekend's Taste for Life Gala, which raised more than $100,000 for BC Oral Cancer Prevention.
The contemporary lighting company co-helmed by Designers of the Year alumni Lukas Peet celebrates its new digs in Vancouver's Railtown.
Artists, designers and tastemakers came out for the latest exhibition in the modern gallery.
Falken Reynolds principals Kelly Reynolds and Chad Falkenberg hosted an evening of bubbles to celebrate their window display designed for Inform Interiors in Vancouver's historic Gastown district.
Artists, tastemakers and local celebs came out for the 33rd staging of Splash, an art auction for Arts Umbrella.
The Quebec import debuted its new 100,000-square-foot store in Vancouver with an equally large soiree.
150 guestsplus former Whitecaps captain Jay DeMeritcame out for designer table-hopping, drinks and gourmet fare.
4,500 of the city's best dressed came out for Vancouver's largest outdoor pop-up dinner Tuesday night.
The high-end stone and tile retailer hailing from Portland, Oregon throws a party for its first Canadian showroom in Vancouvers Armoury District.
Friends For Life Charity takes celebrating to new heights with 'avant-garden' party on the Coast Plaza Hotel's secret rooftop.