About Us

Over two decades ago, we opened our doors on Granville Island with the goal of offering unique locally-made and fair trade clothing and products from around the world. Canadian-made is something that's incredibly important to us, however, we also love acknowledging all the beauty, artisan workmanship, and skill abroad. We believe in being timeless, in quality over quantity, and in handmade small production goods over mass produced items that are readily available everywhere. In recent years, we have become increasingly focused on sustainable slow fashion and seek to work with companies who have the same deep respect for the environment that we do.

We are family-owned and operated, your experience with us -no matter how big or small- is truly personal and important. Whether you're a seasoned shopper or someone who hates to shop, we can promise you that you'll have a comfortable and easy experience with us. Don't be afraid to just say hi! We constantly seek to provide a personal, no pressure shopping environment for everyone. We strongly believe in being inclusive when it comes to size and proudly carry from XXS to 4XL. If a brand offers eight sizes, you can be certain that we will carry each and every size available. We will do our best to find you something you'll love for years to come.

Over the years, we have developed amazing relationships with our local and international clientele, as well as all of our fellow small business suppliers and artists. We also love being part of the community on Granville Island; being surrounded by hard working artists and fellow small businesses continually inspires us to do better. Uplifting and joyful relationships with all kinds of people has always been of utmost importance to us -it's why we love what we do! It's why we do our best to remember you as an individual, not just your past purchases, sense of style, or colour preferences. 

If you're looking for something to freshen up your wardrobe, a gift, or an interesting and quirky decor item, come and check us out on Granville Island. We would love to have you visit us!

We acknowledge with respect and gratitude that the land on which we work is the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations.