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2776 South Granville St
Vancouver, BC, V6H 3J3

604 257 2300

Vancouver luxury boutique carrying an exquisite collection of clothing and accessories for women and men.


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Established in 1985 and situated in Vancouver’s South Granville Shopping District, this luxury boutique carries an exquisite collection of designer women’s clothing, shoes and accessories

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PROFILE // Nina Zhao

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Meet Nina one of our newest staff members. She’s shy but has great style and she’s prepared to share here favorite looks and items with us.

PROFILE // Liselott Montesano

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Meet our beloved general manager Liselott Montesano!

EXHIBIT - Manus x Machina

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On a recent trip to New York we visited the extraordinary Manus x Machina show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute. 

The exhibit - Fashion in an Age of Technology - focuses on haute couture and prêt-à-porter and the partnership between man and machine in its creation. 

Sections spotlighting techniques and processes such as embroidery, lace and pleating span two levels and provide a fashion feast for the eyes. Corresponding case studies of haute couture pieces range from the turn of the last century to this season's Spring/Summer collection.




Valentino + Coppola

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All photos Yasuko Kageyama for Valentino

The costuming and theatrics of The Opera are often spectacular - when cinematic talent and haute couture collide, it becomes even more so.

This past week Valentino Garavani & Giancarlo Giammette's opera La Traviata opened in Rome. Beyond the prestige that follows the Valentino name was the added cachet of the name Coppola. When given the chance, Garavani chose Sofia Coppola to direct the re-staging of the Verdi tragedy.

In Collaboration with the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma, Valentino & Coppola designed and directed the performance. Valentino himself, created the four costumes worn by the lead character Violetta and Maison Valentino creative directors Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Picciolo designed the wardrobe for the rest of the cast.

Guests at the opening night showed allegiance for the designers by wearing their Operatic-best, which was coincidently, Valentino.

Valentino AW16 - Highlights

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Possibly our favourite collection from PFW was Valentino. Always embodying femininity and elegance the AW16 collection did not disappoint. The overall inspiration was undeniable: Ballet. With leotards, tutus and tulle floating down the runway it was a collection designed to dance. Valentino creative directors Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli executed yet another exquisite collection.

images via Vogue Runway

Rockstud - going strong.

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The now iconic Rockstud bag - has been around for some time. With no signs of losing momentum, once again the Valentino staple made several appearances at NYFW. Whether clutch, camo or camel - any way you slice it, it's the go-to bag for street-style subjects.

~ Images via Now Fashion ~