We’ve just received an early shipment of the Desigual fall-winter 2013 line, including some great new pieces for men: a sweater-jacket called Kanit, a blazer called Ame Wool, a military-green cotton jacket called Military, which has a cool neon yellow fibre-filled hoodie liner, a down jacket called Zurtz and a new polo shirt called Polo Marcos. We also have a suave pair of pants with suspenders called Diezs.
AngelVancouver has the largest selection of Desigual clothing in Vancouver for men, women and kids. Click here to have a look at some of Desigual’s spring/summer 2013 collection we still have in stock at our store.
Our 35 percent-off sale continues on select Desigual items to celebrate Angel’s 35th year in business.
Angel also specializes in custom hand-painted clothing.
Angel Vancouver is located at No. 2 Powell Street in the Gastown district of Vancouver, Canada. Our store is on the corner of Powell & Carrall Street in Maple Tree Square, which is where Vancouver began. The photo to the left shows what my store looked like in 1886.
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Desigual’s slogan this season is La Vida es Chula (Life is Cool)!
Today’s video is by Billy Cowsill and his Vancouver band, The Blue Shadows, performing in 1993 on a flatbed truck in front of the long-gone Vancouver record store A&B Sound. Billy also had been a member of Vancouver band Billy Mitchell’s Train Wreck and Blue Northern before moving to Calgary and forming the Co-Dependents. Before Billy died in 2006, he recorded this John Lennon song, Love (and here is Lennon’s version for comparison).
Billy was perhaps best known as a teenage member of the 1960s family band the Cowsills, which had two number one hits, including Hair, and performed on numerous TV shows, including Ed Sullivan and Johnny Cash. The Cowsills inspired the The Partridge Family TV show.Here is an interview with Billy Cowsill from 1994, talking about his formative years with The Cowsills: