Based in Calgary, this new online company offers sleek kitchenware and accessories.
House of Army Candy lets you rent designer handbags by the week or month. You can also buy and sell pre-owned bags.
This year, give your dad a growler from a new brewery, a six pack of themed cupcakes or a kokedama plant.
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.
The Calgary institution is open and running in its new location in Inglewood. Smithbilt is still selling and making its iconic hats using century-old tools here, but the new space also has an event room and a three-storey condo.
You might find her getting some flowers at Marlow Floralworks, shopping for bath fixtures at The Royal Flush Boutique or picking out a funny card at Krickets.
These items will help to organize your closet, to maximize space and to give that small area a big makeover.
All three of these items are our new and noteworthy products this May.
This year, give your mom a weekly peony subscription, a box of choux pastries or a candle that gives back.
It's our Calgary shopping news update.
They are our new and noteworthy items for April.
The designer is hosting a private spring/summer collection presentation and shopping night on April 27 and 10 per cent of the proceeds are going to a good cause.
The Vancouver-based company sells custom-fit suits for $529, and the hype is real.
Matthew Bagshaw and Christina Owczarek have created foldable paper elephant, unicorn and Pokémon heads.