Vancouver Fashion Week SS22 opens this Friday with live runway shows on what the post-virus season has to offer.
The Vancouver Art Gallery (VAG) presents Growing Freedom: The instructions of Yoko Ono / The art of John and Yoko, an unique exhibition that celebrates the work of renown conceptual and performance artist of the 20th and 21st century.
North Vancouver fashion designer Kjaer of Kome Clothing presented her new fall collection outdoors on Granville Island last week showing us all that it’s time to add some excitement to your wardrobe.
With the opening of the US – Canada marine border, the Victoria Clipper fast ferry resumes service between Seattle and Victoria.
New Yorker’s are into all black fashion regardless of the season, it has been their daily uniform for decades. When visiting the garment district in mid-Manhattan on assignment, it’s easy to pick out the tourists from the locals.
After more than a year staying at home, we all want to get back to visiting friends and family. Consequently, European fashion designers have presented us with luxury fall coats that are long, elegant and cozy.
Laowai, a hidden lounge in historic Vancouver’s Chinatown takes us back to an illicit and seductive period where prohibition-era Shanghai and Hong Kong infamous bars and cabarets welcome the world: refugees, émigrés, and locals; dreamers and deviants; criminals and celebrities.
Eco Fashion Week Australia (EFWA) 2022 is hosting the largest international sustainable fashion week and art exhibition championing awareness of global climate change.
A visit to the Monte Creek Ranch winery in central British Columbia’s sunny South Thompson Valley takes you deep into a fertile green region anchored by the Thompson River which runs wild and cold.
Join British Columbia restaurants around the province in commemorating the annual Wild Salmon celebration on August 27 – 29.