Desigual for kids is on sale at Angel, including the Fall-Winter 2014 collection. Kids clothing from the previous season is on sale as well, including a Desigual denim jacket for girls (see photo below), which is 25% off.
Angel Vancouver has the largest selection of Desigual for men, women and kids on Canada’s West Coast. We ship worldwide.
We also carry Desigual shoes and ankle boots for fall, plus Desigual scarves and women’s bags. And we’ll have more cool new Desigual umbrellas coming in soon to keep customers dry.
Desigual is based in Barcelona and produces 1,000 new designs every season. We can’t stock everything but if you see something we don’t have, we might be able to special order it in for you. We love happy customers!
Angel also specializes in custom hand-painted clothing. I’m now taking orders for Christmas. Call me at the store (604-681-0947) or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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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, where Vancouver began. The photo above shows what my store looked like in 1886.
Today’s music video is a 1961 Japanese hit called Sukiyaki, (Ue o Muite Arukō in Japan or上を向いて歩こう) by Japanese singer Kyu Sakamoto, written by lyricist Rokusuke Ei and composer Hachidai Nakamura:
The song’s name was changed for North American listeners, who couldn’t pronounce the Japanese title; the English title had nothing to do with the song, which was the first Japanese hit in America; it hit the top of the charts in 1963. In 1980, new wave band The Vapors used an Oriental riff in their hit Turning Japanese:
Kirsten Dunst’s version of the song was shown in 2009 at the “Pop Life” exhibition in London’s Tate Modern museum. Next is a video by Cyndi Lauper, Hoda Kotb and Sara Bareilles, who mashed up their hits True Colors and Brave to create a song to raise money for the fight against pediatric cancer. The music video for Truly Brave features young cancer patients from The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia:
And finally, since we started off with a Japanese song from 1961, here’s something more contemporary from Japan by a band called The Winking Owl: