We’re celebrating Easter weekend, starting on Good Friday, with a 10% off sale on select Desigual items, including a stunning new springtime yellow coat designed by Christian Lacroix (below) called Natalia, which just arrived at Angel Vancouver. The regular price of this made-in-Morocco coat is $269.
We also have another new women’s coat from Desigual, called MIRAL. It’s also $269. And we have a bunch of new dresses and tops for spring, which we’ll be posting here in the days ahead. We also have several new Desigual men’s shirts, T-shirts and shorts as the warmer weather approaches (just not this week), which are featured below. Angel is open for the long weekend.
Angel Vancouver has the largest selection in Vancouver of Desigual clothing for men, women and kids. We ship worldwide. (You can click on the top bar to see the Desigual we have in stock for Spring-Summer 2014.)
If you’re looking for a custom hand-painted shirt, call Angel at (604) 681-0947 or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
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 above shows what my store looked like in 1886.
Desigual’s slogan is La Vida es Chula (Life is Cool)! It reflects the Spanish brand’s way of thinking, which is influenced by the Mediterranean sun, light, passion and a lust for life, instilled with a playful and creative attitude that says: Be confident…don’t be afraid to be yourself.
Today’s music video is Lana Del Rey singing Blue Velvet (with subtitles en español):The song was used in an advertising campaign by H&M, with a video seemingly inspired by the David Lynch film classic Blue Velvet:Blue Velvet was written in 1950 by Bernie Wayne and Lee Morris. It was originally recorded by Tony Bennett but the best known version is by Bobby Vinton, who scored a No. 1 hit in 1963:And finally, here’s a 2002 short film by David Lynch called Rabbits — part of a nine-episode surrealist sitcom that is definitely not about the Easter bunny: