We’re still unpacking our latest spring shipment, which includes a military-green coloured jacket with some intricate red stitching and details (left), plus two similarly coloured dresses (see photos below). We also have some new spring jackets, tops and dresses for women, and some new T-shirts and shorts for men.
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.)
ON SALE THIS WEEK: Select Desigual winter 2013 items reduced by 35%, and up to 30% off all men’s Desigual winter jackets and sweaters.
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 Lovers in a Dangerous Time by Canadian band Bare Naked Ladies:The Toronto-based band has written some great songs over the years, including this one:Here’s a live one from 2007, The Old Apartment:The Ladies also wrote the theme song for the TV show, Big Bang Theory:The band also sang this song with Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield while he was aboard the International Space Station last year — it was recorded with a choir in the studio on Earth:Chris Hadfield also brilliantly performed David Bowie’s Space Oddity while in space:(The Globe & Mail reported on May 13, 2014 that Hadfield explained the one-year licence for Bowie’s song had expired: “We had permission from David Bowie’s people to post the video on YouTube for a year, and that year is up. We are working on renewing the licence for it, but as there are no guarantees when it comes to videos shot in space, we thought you might want to have one last look before we take it down.” Since it was posted on YouTube, the video had been viewed more than 22 million times.) It’s still online here.