This neighbourhood has women's apparel, bicycles, locally made goods, art supplies and more.
An Apron Made By a Motorcycle Upholsterer, a Weekend Bag Crafted in Downtown Calgary and Textiles from an HGTV Expert
Three things to buy right now.
All the products in this new PETA-approved store are ethically made, cruelty-free and vegan.
They are our new and noteworthy items for September.
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.
Wear, eat, craft and bathe in ROYGBIV hues.
From quirky llama bowls to the perfect mug for your morning cup of coffee, these six ceramic artists should be on your radar when seeking out new earthenware for your home.
There are stores here that specialize in apothecary, army apparel, men's grooming products, candy and terrariums. Plus, there are plenty of clothing and home decor stores to keep you and your home looking good.
You'll find him perusing the bikes at Ridley's Cycle, buying a tuna sandwich from Peasant Cheese Shop or shopping for Christmas gifts at Livingstone & Cavell Extraordinary Toys.
The general manager of Vine Arts on 17 Avenue S.W. talks cocktails, country fashion and Calgary's cowboy culture.
Poop Hearts offers prints, apparel, cards and more that feature rainbow animals pooping hearts.
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.