Yes, we have some sweet Desigual bags from the Fall-Winter collection. Here’s a sampling of what we have in stock at Angel, Vancouver’s first Desigual boutique: Life is sweet, when you have a Desigual bag, especially if it has red, the word Chula or L:
Angel has the largest selection of Desigual’s latest styles from the Fall-Winter 2015 collection on the west coast of Canada. Angel also specializes in Desigual designed by Paris couturier Christian Lacroix.Angel has Desigual for men, women and kids.
Last month, Desigual did a makeover of Angel, which now is a Desigual Wow Shop — the first Desigual boutique in Vancouver.
Angel also has Desigual scarves, gloves, hats & umbrellas, Desigual shoes and ankle boots.
This week’s special: 10% off Desigual’s Fall-Winter 2015 collection, 20% off all Desigual for kids, plus 20% off all Purple Jam (from Italy), Smash! (from Barcelona), Paramita (also from Barcelona) and Compañía Fantástica (from Madrid). And up to 35% off select Desigual. We’ll match any lower price.
We ship worldwide, including free shipping for purchases of $250 or more.
Angel also offers personal shopping by appointment. Call Angel at (604) 681-0947 or email me at email@example.com
And finally, Angel specializes in custom hand-painted clothing, including a new batch of fabulous kids T-shirts painted by Justine Brown, who used to paint for Angel when the store was on Robson Street:
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 the location of my store looked like in 1886.
Today’s music video is The Gentlemen of Fortune, a chorus of up to 40 men who will be performing Dec. 3 just across the street from Angel — there will be 20 singing groups who will fill Water Street in Gastown with song as part of the Yule Duel event, with all the money raised going to May’s Place Hospice:Sixties songwriter P.F. Sloan died this week at age 70. He was signed to a record company at age 15 and wrote this song, Sins of a Family, three years later:As a teen, he wrote for surf duo Jan & Dean, as well as for The Turtles, Herman’s Hermits and Barry McGuire, who had a worldwide No. 1 hit with Phil Sloan’s 1960s anthem, Eve of Destruction:The Turtles made this song famous, but here’s Sloan’s original version:He also wrote Secret Agent Man for Johnny Rivers that became a TV show theme song: