Young & Only, Canada’s newest online fashion boutique and lifestyle blog, is hosting a special pop-up store at The Chinatown Experiment (434 Columbia St.) for one week only, from June 11 to June 18, 2014. Shoppers will have a chance to try and browse through a variety of wares for men and women, including styles from Public, Cameo, BC’s London Alexander, Beaux Ties, and Lucca Couture.
To further enhance the pop-up experience, the Young & only team has also partnered with Gastown florist Greenstems, Canadian illustrator Ola Vola, and other local artists to create a dynamic and one-of-a-kind shopping experience.
“The Chinatown Experiment has really reinvigorated and reinvented the way space is used in the city,” explains Kirsty Tsang, Co-Founder of Young & Only. “From art galleries, jewellery showcases, to food collaborations, and pop-up stores – they have created an amazing community and following. Because of that, they are the perfect partner for Young & Only, and we are excited to invite customers see our carefully curated items in-person.”
Founded by young entrepreneurs Tsang, Dammy Ogunseitan, and Terry Chen, Young & Only caters to stylish individuals who are culturally informed, socially conscious, and looking for pieces that assist them in cultivating a unique identity.
Other available brands include Australian labels such as Keepsake, Finders Keepers, and Someday’s Lovin, as well as Cutie London, Komono, Chaser, and Glamorous.