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Vancouver shopping

Vancouver is an esoteric shopping city: While there are lots of great little stores and shopping areas, they're scattered across different parts of town. Downtown has a couple of malls—the 140-plus-shop Pacific Centre on West Georgia Street and Sinclair Centre on West Hastings—but it also has colorful Robson Street, with its blocks of flagship shops and cafés. Historic Gastown is where you'll find vintage clothing, antiques, and small local designers; hip Yaletown is full of independently owned fashion boutiques (Global Atomic Designs, Atomic Model, Vasanji). Big-name fashion labels like Cartier, Gucci, Hermès, Louis Vuitton, and Tiffany & Co. are located in and around the Hotel Vancouver at the corner of Burrard and Alberni streets. Two interesting neighborhoods worth exploring further include South Granville, known as Gallery Row, and the Golden Village, the second-largest Asian community in North America, with unique cultural offerings.

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Asia West District, Vancouver

A visit to Richmond's Asia West district is an experience that's unique in North America. The malls here sprang up along a stretch of No. 3 Road in the...more

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The Block, Vancouver

A Vancouver institution, The Block has been a trendsetter among clothing boutiques since the early 1990s, supporting new and upcoming indie designers along with...more

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Holt Renfrew, Vancouver

The flagship boutique for this popular Canadian department store has become more crowd-friendly with the addition of a Designer Contemporary gallery, a great...more

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Old Faithful Shop, Vancouver

Housed in a heritage building, many of the items stocked in this Gastown store seem from another century. Old Faithful is built on the concept of a general...more

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One of a Few, Vancouver

If you have the urge to wear something no one else has seen, then the name of this store describes the desire. The boutique strives to stock designer clothing...more

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South Granville Shopping, Vancouver

South Granville, which runs from Granville Bridge toward 16th Avenue, bordering the prestigious Shaughnessy neighborhood, is also known as Gallery Row....more

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