All the products in this new PETA-approved store are ethically made, cruelty-free and vegan.
A New Bridal Shop Opens in the Beltline, Stash Moves to a Bigger Space in Inglewood and Parkluxe Returns This Month
All this and more in our monthly round-up of new shops, sales and local style events.
EcoHubYYC brings upcycled goods and bike rentals to Victoria Park, Blue Door opens a new oil and vinegar shop in Marda Loop and local consignment store Thrifty Princess relocates to Renfrew.
It's a collaboration between the owners of Reworks Upcycle Shop and Calgary Bike Rentals.
House of Army Candy lets you rent designer handbags by the week or month. You can also buy and sell pre-owned bags.
A new pop-up retail park launches in East Village, The Shoe Closet brings European footwear to Inglewood and Plato's Closet opens in Southwood.
The pop-up container park includes temporary stores renting vintage bikes, selling letterpress stationary and offering frozen treats. Plus, there is a stage and twinkling lights at night. It opens June 1.
It's our Calgary shopping news update.
The Vancouver-based company sells custom-fit suits for $529, and the hype is real.
Hemm opens in Britannia, Heritage Park holds its vintage and antique sale and Calgary's Make It Show is back with handmade wares by local artisans.
This new space is part bike store, repair shop and part coffee shop.
While you are there, have your foot 3D scanned so you really know which shoes to buy.