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Vancouver boasts its fair share of big name brands and department stores along Robson Street, but the city also has popular shopping areas loaded with independent stores, clothing boutiques, and art galleries, especially around Gastown, Main Street, and West 4th. 
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511 Carrall St, Vancouver, BC V6B 2J8, Canada
Style goddess Erin Templeton’s Storefront/Studio is in Vancouver's historic Chinatown and a must-visit for lovers of her one of a kind, new and recycled leather bags and accessories. I’ve picked up a few of Erin’s beautiful pieces in the sales...
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321 W Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V6B 1H6, Canada
Vancouver seems to really love vinyl. Every neighborhood has at least 2-3 record shops, but I spent the most time browsing at Vinyl Records in Gastown. When you enter the store, it may look as if nothing has been organized, but I assure you, its...
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65 Water St, Vancouver, BC V6B 1A1, Canada
Playful shoe designer John Fluevog’s flagship store is right in Gastown on Water Street in a gorgeous two-storey glass-fronted building that houses the design team upstairs and you’ll find his eccentrically elegant designs on the...
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350 W Cordova St, Vancouver, BC V6B 1E8, Canada
Jennifer MacKay’s clothing boutique is the go-to store for fashionable locals, who know they’ll find pieces exclusively in her shop. I have a weakness for the shoes. (604) 685-8885. As told to Rhonda May. This appeared in the September, 2012...
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1725 Powell St, Vancouver, BC V5L 1H6, Canada
Tucked away in East Van’s brewery district, Odd Society make some of the city’s most interesting small batch spirits, such as their truly mouth watering Bittersweet Vermouth and their popular Crème de Cassis made with local blackcurrents. From...
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355 Water Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 1B8, Canada
If your theory behind clothing is 'simple and uncomplicated', look no further - you've found a kindred spirit at Oak & Fort. This Vancouver-based brand now has stores across Canada, and there's a reason why they've achieved success nationally....
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3715 Main St, Vancouver, BC V5V 3N8, Canada
I adore this little boutique on Main Street that’s simply stuffed with gorgeously girly styles and flirty retro clothes. You can find plenty of Canadian designers here too, and there’s an especially good selection in the jewelry section. While you...
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320 W Cordova St, Vancouver, BC V6B 1E8, Canada
It’s hard to visit Old Faithful and not immediately start planning how you’ll manage to afford absolutely everything in this wildly desirable modern day general store, from elegant pencils from Public Supply and Tuthilltown Bourbon barrel maple...
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Each year between mid-May to mid-October, Vancouver food fans hot-foot it on the Canada Line to Bridgeport Station to visit the weekend Night Market. I can remember reading about the Richmond Night Market years before I finally visited, and the...
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1100 Comox St, Vancouver, BC V6E 1K5, Canada
There is no better way to enjoy a beautiful Saturday summer morning in Vancouver than a walk through the neighbourhood farmer's market. The West End Farmers Market is by no means the biggest, but offers up a large array of food and craft choices...
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4151 Hazelbridge Way, Richmond, BC V6X 4J7, Canada
In the few minutes it takes to walk from the Aberdeen Canada Line station along the busy No. 3 Road to the Aberdeen Centre you’ll leave Canada behind and be transported into an authentic pan-Asian shopping mall. With an almost 65% Asian...
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1669 Johnston St, Vancouver, BC V6H 3R9, Canada
Granville Island Market was pulsing with energy from musicians, tourists, and a frenzy of food markets. After living in a desert region for so long, it was awesome to get a hold of fresh fish, fresh fruit, and the German sausage was pretty amazing...
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1155 Robson St, Vancouver, BC V6E 1B5, Canada
Known for its international flair and heart-of-downtown location, Robson Street is nicknamed Vancouver’s Rodeo Drive for its big-name luxury boutiques concentrated around the intersection at Alberni Street. A short walk from its core is the...