|Store Type |||Accessories, Fashion, Men's Clothing, Shoes|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Neighbourhood |||Vancouver Lower Mainland|
|Cross Street |||Cambie Street|
Profile Last Updated: May 19, 2009
Men on trend end up at Boys’ Co. This independent local retailer started up in 1984, becoming one of the city’s first fashion-forward stores just for guys. Boys’ Co has since enjoyed ongoing popularity with homeboys and tourists alike. Buyers for Boys’ Co travel far and wide, attending the shows in Europe, New York and elsewhere to find out what’s new in the world’s fashion capitals, and bring it home. They also scope the hippest new street brands, keeping things current. In recent years Boys’ Co has been sticking a little closer to home, cherry picking from the vanguard in menswear up and down the West Coast, particularly in L.A.
Get your groove on
This is a great place to shop for party and club wear, as well as pieces you can pull together for the casual business look prevalent in Vancouver. For example, you can mix and match a hot pair of designer jeans with a stylish, cutting-edge blazer or jacket.
Boys in the brand
Boys’ Co promotes the idea that men should feel well-dressed without being “dressed up”. You won’t find tailored Savile Row suits here. Instead, Boys’ Co carries a selection of clothing, accessories and shoes that promote individuality rather than conformity. Brands include: J. Lindeberg, Belstaff, Bikkembergs, Rare, John Richmond, Hugo Boss, Selected, Karl Lagerfeld, Pringle, Sand, Evisu, Nudie, Rare, Laguna Beach, Rock & Republic, Seven, Laguna Beach, G-Star, Boss, True Religion, MEK, Penguin, Adidas Originals, Puma, Superdry, Juicy, Lacoste, Dom Rebel, Christian Audigier, Kid Robot, Marc Ecko Cut & Sew, Scotch & Soda, Ed Hardy, and more.