Everything at Angel is on sale at up to 40% off during our Final Winter Clearance sale this week, which will end Feb. 3, 2016. It includes all Desigual’s Winter 2015 collection for men, women & kids, plus 30% off Desigual summer shoes from last year and 40% off Desigual men’s Winter 2015 jackets.
It might seem a bit early to be shopping for Desigual summer dresses, men’s short-sleeved shirts and shorts, as well as Desigual sandals & flip-flops, but they’re perfect if you’re heading somewhere warm for a winter break. For those staying close to home, Angel has Desigual scarves, gloves, hats & umbrellas, Desigual shoes & ankle boots, and women’s coats.
Starting Feb. 3, the Desigual spring 2016 collection will be arriving at Angel, which is located in Gastown. Here’s a preview of a few items on their way from Barcelona, where Desigual is based:
Last fall, Desigual did a makeover of Angel, which now is a Desigual Wow Shop — the first Desigual boutique in Vancouver.
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Angel also offers personal shopping by appointment at our store. Call Angel at (604) 681-0947 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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. We are 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 (click on photo to enlarge).
This is a new song, One Love, by Vancouver band Marianas Trench:Lead singer Josh Ramsay, who earlier bought Desigual at my store, lives just down the street in Gastown, where he recorded the band’s new album. I sometimes talk to Josh while he’s walking his dog (which made a brief appearance at 2:24 in the video for the band’s Pop 101 song). Josh explains here how he was riding an emotional high after co-writing and producing Call Me Maybe for Vancouver’s Carly Rae Jepsen, but then his mother got really sick, his pending wedding fell apart and he couldn’t write. He ended up in hospital, which got his creative juices flowing. You can click here to see how the video above was made. The band is currently touring the U.S, and will start a cross-Canada tour in March, ending in Vancouver on April 8 with a concert at the Pacific Coliseum, along with Canadian band Walk off the Earth….Jepsen released a video last year featuring actor Tom Hanks lip-synching I Really Like You before dancing in the streets of NYC with Jepsen and her Canadian pal Justin Bieber:Here is Carly’s latest bit of “near-perfect pop” from her new recording Emotion:And here’s one by the Bieb, Skrillex and Diplo: