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A flagship store for Vancouver, denim deluxe in Calgary and a boutique that features local Edmonton treasures. You won't want to miss out.
Pacific Centre just got that much cooler (or is it warmer?) with the addition of Canada’s iconic winter jacket brand, Canada Goose. The 4,000-square-foot flagship, located just across from Harry Rosen, carries the most extensive collection of CG in Vancouver—everything from lightweight down jackets to rainwear and merino wool knitwear. We particularly love the local shout-out to North Vancouver with the reversible North Shore bomber jacket. The modern, Arctic-inspired environment is complete with Jason Carter’s signature stone polar bear sculptures. Pacific Centre, 700 W Georgia St., canadagoose.com
Packing iconic brands like Grlfrnd, Pure Blue Japan and Canada’s own Naked and Famous, Canadian boutique Dutil Denim is bringing Vancouver’s reigning denim palace to the Prairies with the launch of its third Canadian store in the heart of Inglewood. The all-things-denim destination houses more than 20 big-deal brands—and, should any ill befall your Canadian Tuxedo, you can rest easy, cowpoke: Dutil has repair services on hand. 1216b 9 Ave. SE, dutildenim.com
This oddball retro general store finds an airy and bright new home this November to showcase its beloved collective of local quirk and makers. Gems like the “Still in Edmonton” totes from Still in Town and handmade ceramic vessels from Stranger Design are everywhere, but you’ll also find a range of art prints, clothing, jewellery, cassettes, vinyl LPs and vintage treasures sourced in Edmonton and beyond. 12407 108 Ave. NW, hideoutdistro.com
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