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AC­CES­SORIES ADORN BOUTIQUE Car­ry­ing cloth­ing lines such as Nougat, Dar­ling and Henri & Belle, Adorn is fem­i­nine but not frilly. The boutique also stocks a range of hand­bags, jew­ellery and Lol­lia bath prod­ucts. 1216A - 9 Ave SE, 403-261-9919. Map 1, H7 www.adorn­bou­ INGEAR STORE Unique and up­scale jew­ellery, hand­bags, fur­ni­ture, fash­ion and travel ac­ces­sories. Over 50 artists rep­re­sented from around the world. Map 1, G5­gear­

LIV­ERY SHOP, THE Lo­cated in an old her­itage build­ing, The Liv­ery Shop sells cozy up­scale cloth­ing, ac­ces­sories, and home decor items from lo­cal and na­tional mak­ers. 1130 - 10 Ave SE, 403-453-7711. Map 1, H7 www.the­liv­

KRICKET’S This tiny boutique spe­cial­izes in unique, hard to find greet­ing cards, photo al­bums, jew­ellery and hand­bags. 2306 - 4 St SW, 403-244-9330. Map 1, H5 BOOKS & MAG­A­ZINES

AQUILA BOOKS Beau­ti­ful book­store with hard­wood floors and shelves hold­ing historic first edi­tions, an­tique maps, prints, photos, letters, and post­cards, as well as vin­tage sci­en­tific in­stru­ments and book­cases. Spe­cial­izes in books on po­lar ex­plo­ration, Western Cana­di­ana, moun­taineer­ing, the Cana­dian Pa­cific Rail­way and early voy­ages. 826 - 16 Ave NW, 403-282-5832. Map 1, G5

FAIR’S FAIR Fam­ily owned and op­er­ated book­store with shelves upon shelves of used mer­chan­dise. The se­lec­tion is ex­ten­sive, but eas­ily ac­ces­si­ble with the help of Fair’s friendly staff and their search­able data­base. 907 - 9 Ave SE, 403-237-8156. Map 1, H6 www.fairs­ MON­KEYSHINES CHIL­DREN’S BOOKS Large se­lec­tion of chil­dren’s books, as well as toys, trin­kets, teach­ing aids, travel games and more. Par­ent and child book clubs. 113, 2215 - 33 Ave SW, 403-240-1723. Map 2, H5 www.mon­keyshi­nes­

OWL’S NEST BOOKS This in­de­pen­dent neigh­bour­hood

book­shop­door car­ries spe­cial­izes­books for in in­fants qual­ity to lit­er­a­ture.teens, plus Owletsa va­ri­ety next of games and toys. 815A - 49 Ave SW, 403-287-9557.

Map 1, I5 www.owl­snest­

PAGES BOOKS ON KENS­ING­TON An in­de­pen­dent book­store car­ry­ing well-cu­rated fic­tion and non-fic­tion ti­tles in­clud­ing chil­dren’s books. Good se­lec­tion of Cana­dian lit­er­a­ture. 1135 Kens­ing­ton Rd NW, 403-283-6655. Map 1, G5 www.pageskens­ing­

SHELF LIFE BOOKS A spa­cious, in­de­pen­dent book­store spe­cial­iz­ing in Cana­dian au­thors and books out­side the main­stream. Also hosts sign­ings, writ­ing groups, book clubs, and pub­lish­ing in­dus­try events. 1302 - 4 St SW, 403-265-1033. Map 2, H4 CANA­DIAN

FLAMES FANATTIC Prod­ucts for Cal­gary’s NHL hockey team (the Flames), ju­nior hockey team (the Hit­men) and lacrosse team (the Rough­necks) as well as Team Canada gear. Jer­seys, caps, sweat­shirts, golf shirts, leather jack­ets and nov­elty items such as mag­nets and shot glasses. Cal­gary In­ter­na­tional Air­port, 403-571-9755. Map 2, D7 555 Sad­dle­dome Rise SE, 403-571-9770. Map 3, I13 1841, 1632 - 14 Ave NW, 403-338-2080. Map 3, G5 www.flame­s­

GAL­LE­RIA IN­GLE­WOOD Works by 450 Cana­dian artists, pot­ters and ar­ti­sans in­clud­ing art with water­colour and oil medi­ums, hand blown glass, tex­tiles, jew­ellery, hand crafted wooden toys and an ex­ten­sive col­lec­tion of pot­tery. 907 - 9 Ave SE, 403-270-3612. Map 2, H6­gar­ycraft­

GLEN­BOW SHOP Stop in for a me­mento of your visit to the Glen­bow Mu­seum. Car­ries ex­hi­bi­tion cat­a­logues, art, jew­ellery, orig­i­nal crafts by First Na­tions peo­ples, chil­dren’s toys and books. Store hours: Tue - Sat: 11 am - 6 pm, Sun: noon - 5:30 pm. At the Glen­bow, 130 - 9 Ave SE, 403-268-4119. Map 3, G11­ces­ SIKSIKA ARTS CO­OP­ER­A­TIVE An au­then­tic Black­foot gift shop. Cul­tural arts and crafts in­clude mostly hand­made moc­casins, head dresses and beaded jew­ellery. Take Hwy 1 east, turn onto Hwy 547, then onto Hwy 901 and fol­low buf­falo signs, Siksika, 1-866-734-3470. CLOTH­ING: CHIL­DREN

COCO & CHAR­LIE CHIL­DREN’S STORE Lo­cated among the many boutique stores in Bri­tan­nia Plaza, Coco & Char­lie aims to of­fer busy par­ents unique and trendy cloth­ing, shoes and toys for ba­bies and kids. A full range of ac­ces­sories for both boys and girls is also avail­able in-store. For mom­mies and mom­mies-to-be, the boutique car­ries the ex­clu­sive Noo­dle & Boo line of pregnancy skin care prod­ucts that are safe for de­vel­op­ing ba­bies and nurs­ing new­borns. 822 - 49 Ave SW, 403-243-7091. Map 2, I5

HATLEY BOUTIQUE CAL­GARY Hatley sells a va­ri­ety of cloth­ing and ac­ces­sories for boys and girls with fun, whim­si­cal prints and pat­terns that are de­signed in Canada — you’ll find a lot of Cana­dian-in­spired prints in­clud­ing the brand’s fa­mous “Bear Bum” py­ja­mas. 201 - 8 Ave SW,


PURR PE­TITE De­signer clothes for kids. Sizes suit­able for new­born to age eight, in­clud­ing la­bels such as Small Paul by Paul Frank, Name It, Kicky Pants, L.A. Made and Con­verse. Also stocks shoes, ac­ces­sories and toys. 118 - 10 St NW, 403-283-7877. Map 1, G5

TRIPLE FLIP Ath­letic wear for girls 6 - 16, that is lo­cally de­signed and man­u­fac­tured. Also car­ries Scanty sleep­wear, Splish bathing suits, UFO dancewear, and a nice se­lec­tion of Heely’s. 618, 33 Her­itage Mead­ows Way SE, 403-252-0016. Map 1, K6 Mar­ket Mall, 3625 Sha­ganappi Tr NW, 587-353-5872. Map 1, F3 www.triple­ CLOTH­ING: MENSWEAR BROOK­LYN CLOTH­ING COM­PANY Brook­lyn Cloth­ing Co. is a lo­cal in­de­pen­dent re­tailer lo­cated in Kens­ing­ton. For 28 years, Brook­lyn has been stock­ing the lat­est brands in men’s cloth­ing and footwear. Cur­rently fea­tured are Cana­dian brands Viberg Boots, Wings + Horns, and Reign­ing Champ. The shop spe­cial­izes in Premium Denim for men. New ad­di­tions Jean Shop (NYC) and Pur­ple (Van­cou­ver) should not be missed. 201, 1211 Kens­ing­ton Rd

NW, 403-283-4006. Map 1, G5 www.brook­lyn­cloth­ FORMANS MENSWEAR De­signer col­lec­tions with great con­tem­po­rary styles, in­clud­ing Ver­sace and Hugo Boss. 1202 - 1 St SW, 403-252-1189. Map 3, H10

FRANK & OAK A ro­tat­ing se­lec­tion of menswear, shoes and ac­ces­sories, in­clud­ing trendy t-shirts, but­ton-ups and tai­lored denim. Blaz­ers and suit­ing avail­able. Book an ap­point­ment with a per­sonal stylist. 831 - 17 Ave SW, 587-315-0757. ca.frankan­ HARRY ROSEN A na­tion­wide re­tailer of up­scale men’s ac­ces­sories, shoes, and ap­parel, Harry Rosen sells high-end menswear. Brands in­clude Ted Baker Lon­don,

Prada,of ser­vices shirts, and avail­able. sweaters,Tod’s. The The and store Core: out­wear.also751 - car­ries Styling3 St SW, its and 403-294-0992.own tai­lor­ing­line 403-252-2848.Map 2, F4 Chi­nook Map Cen­tre:2, J6 www.har­ry­rosen.com6455 Macleod Tr SW, HENRY fash­ion-for­ward SINGER men. Ca­sual, La­bels busi­ness, in­clude and Hugo even­ing Boss, wear Prada, for Canali,SW, 403-234-8585.Pal Zi­leri, and Map Etro. 2, 3rd F4 lvl, www.hen­rysinger.comBankers Hall, 315 - 8 Ave LESSshoe store,17 An this in­de­pen­dentshop car­ries men’s stylish cloth­ing, street ac­ces­sory,wear in brand­sand like Wolver­ine. Reign­ing Ac­ces­soriesChamp, I Love in­clude Ugly, hats, Naked wal­lets,& Fa­mous, flasks, and and­­more. 930 - 17 Ave SW, 403-228-9199. Map 2, I1

MERAKI SUP­PLY CO. Qual­ity out­door ap­parel for men, in­clud­ing Camp Brand Goods, Cal­gary Her­itage Com­pany, and Amos Brand. 305 - 10 St NW, 647-348-1119. Map 1, G5 www.mer­ak­isup­

MOD­ERN MENSWEAR Lo­cated in Mission, this trendy boutique sells up­scale pieces ex­clu­sively for the young and pro­fes­sional mod­ern man. Supreme Be­ing, Camp Brand Goods, and We­moto are some of the brands found here. 2500 - 4 St SW, 403-457-3377. Map 1, H6 www.mod­ern­

NORTH AMER­I­CAN QUAL­ITY PUR­VEY­ORS An in­de­pen­dent menswear boutique spe­cial­iz­ing in rugged cloth­ing and ac­ces­sory brands like Git­man Vin­tage, Jung­maven, The Stowe and Topo De­signs. Look for the life-sized wooden moose that stands out­side the store. 1207 - 10 Ave SE, 403-910-9913. Map 1, H6­northamer­i­

SUPREME MEN’S WEAR For those who love a fash­ion ex­pe­ri­ence. A wel­comed al­ter­na­tive to the pre­dictable. Lo­cated in the heart of the down­town. In­de­pen­dently owned and op­er­at­ing in their sev­enth decade. 401 - 4 Ave SW, 403-266-4417. Map 2, D4 www.supre­ CLOTH­ING: MEN & WOMEN

BLAME BETTY Funky boutique with a ‘50s bombshell vibe. Car­ries a va­ri­ety of vin­tage in­spired cloth­ing, shoes and ac­ces­sories by al­ter­na­tive de­sign­ers Sour­puss, Iron Fist, Clas­sic Hard­ware, Lounge­fly, and Hell Bunny, as well as I Am Sin Cos­met­ics, and Manic Panic hair dye. 211 - 17

Ave SE, 403-244-9100. Map 2, I6 www.blame­

CODY & SIOUX Mod­ern western cloth­ing, as well as a cu­rated se­lec­tion of artist and ar­ti­san work in­clud­ing home de­sign el­e­ments and fur­ni­ture. 1226b - 9 Ave SE, 403264-2489. codyand­

ESPY EX­PE­RI­ENCE An af­ford­able de­signer boutique for men and women, staffed by pro­fes­sional fash­ion stylists who spe­cial­ize in styling for every body type, and denim fit­tings. The boutique fea­tures Cana­dian de­signed goods and caters to all sizes. 1009 - 9 Ave SE,

403-457-3779. Map 1, H7­py­ex­pe­ri­ HOLT RENFREW Fea­tur­ing three floors of in­ter­na­tional fash­ion, shoes, de­signer hand­bags, cos­met­ics, and fra­grances. Lines in­clude Dolce & Gab­bana, Ar­mani, Prada, Gucci, and Burberry, plus Tif­fany & Co., Chanel, Her­mès, Agent Provo­ca­teur, and Louis Vuitton bou­tiques. Per­sonal shop­ping ser­vice. 510 - 8 Ave SW, 403-269-7341. Map 2, F4 www.holtren­

KAADIKI The de­sign stu­dio of Libyan-born, Cal­gar­y­based cloth­ing de­signer Haitham Elka­diki. Fea­tur­ing

glob­ally women, in­spiredElka­diki is con­tem­po­rary­known for his ap­par­e­luse of bold­for men graph­ics,and colours and con­tem­po­rary sil­hou­ettes. 7015 Macleod Tr

SW, 403-615-9999. Map 1, I6

NORD­STROM This is the only lo­ca­tion in Al­berta of this up­scale Amer­i­can fash­ion de­part­ment store. The store in­cludes de­part­ments for men’s, women’s, and chil­dren’s fash­ion, ac­ces­sories, and footwear, and fea­tures a va­ri­ety of price points and brands, in­clud­ing lux­ury de­sign­ers like Jimmy Choo, Burberry Lon­don, and Hel­mut Lang. The store also fea­tures a full-ser­vice restau­rant and a cof­fee bar. 6455 Macleod Tr SW, 587-291-2000. Map 1, J6 www.nord­

OAK + FORT Ded­i­cated to the “be­lief that fash­ion should be un­com­pli­cated and thought­fully de­signed,” Oak + Fort is a boutique fo­cused on “at­tain­able lux­ury” with clean, sim­ple cloth­ing de­signs in neu­tral colours and loose fab­rics. 112, 6455 Macleod Tr SW, 403-457-9199. Map 1, L6 www.oakand­

O’CON­NORS Up­scale Cal­gary-based cloth­ing store O’Con­nors has been re­tail­ing high-end at­tire and ac­ces­sories for over 50 years. The fam­ily-run com­pany re­cently ex­panded to sep­a­rate men’s and women’s stores, lo­cated op­po­site each other on 1st Street. 1415 & 1420 - 1 St

SW, 403-269-4996. Map 3, J10 www.ocon­

SI­MONS This Cana­dian, fam­ily-owned re­tailer is known for its ex­pan­sive se­lec­tion of ap­parel for the whole fam­ily, fea­tur­ing es­tab­lished and up-and-coming de­sign­ers from a roster of both Cana­dian and in­ter­na­tional la­bels. Also find a se­lec­tion of home decor and ac­ces­sories, and a bistroin­spired cafe with hot and cold bev­er­ages and pas­tries. The store also fea­tures a café with sweet and savoury snacks. The Core, 324 - 8 Ave SW.­

USED HOUSE OF VIN­TAGE Vin­tage and retro fash­ions of all stripes, rang­ing from de­signer to streetwear and from the 1910s to the 1990s. 738A - 17 Ave SW, 403-228-5407.

ZARA Head to this Span­ish-based fash­ion mecca for Euro­pean in­flu­enced de­signs for men, women, and chil­dren. Chi­nook Cen­tre: 6455 Macleod Tr SW, 403-538-2357. Map 1, J6 CLOTH­ING: WOMENSWEAR ARITZIA Trendy womenswear boutique with up­scale cloth­ing from brands in­clud­ing Wil­fred, TNA, and Ba­ba­ton. South­cen­tre Mall, 100 An­der­son Rd SE, 403-366-3898. Map 1, L6 The Core, 317 - 7 Ave SW, 403-441-0234. Map 2, F4 Mar­ket Mall, 3625 Sha­ganappi Tr NW, 403-247-8333. Map 1, F4 Chi­nook Cen­tre, 6455 Macleod Tr SW, 403-252-3555. Map 1, J6

BAM­BOO BALL­ROOM, THE Af­ter much suc­cess in Ed­mon­ton as a hotspot for women’s fash­ion, The Bam­boo Ball­room has opened up its Cal­gary store in In­gle­wood. Brands in­clude Mink Pink, For Love and Lemons, and OBEY. 1218C - 9 Ave SE, 403-454-1088. Map 1, H7 www.bam­booball­

BEL­LIS­SIMA FASH­IONS Their in-house de­sign­ers com­bine su­perb fit and de­sign to cre­ate gar­ments that are time­less and long last­ing. Also car­ries de­sign­ers and la­bels such as Joseph Ribkoff, Frank Ly­man, Tribal, To­nia De­bel­lis, Si­mon Chang, Michael Tyler, and Vi­vian Wong. Mar­ket Mall: 3625 Sha­ganappi Tr NW, 403-247-0062. 980, 5111 North­land Dr NW, 403-288-0990. South­cen­tre Mall: 100 An­der­son Rd SE, 403-271-0522. Sco­tia Cen­tre: 220, 700 - 2 St SW, 403-263-5978. Sun­ridge Mall: 254 - 36 St NE, 403-293-1867. www.bel­lis­si­mafash­

BLU’S This in­de­pen­dent boutique stocks ca­sual, ca­reer

and even­ing dress­ing: Ar­mani Collezione, Hugo Boss, Lida Ba­day and Laun­dry by Shelli Se­gal, plus pri­vate la­bels. Car­ries Cole-Haan hand­bags. South­cen­tre Mall, 100 An­der­son Rd SE, 403-225-8315. Map 1, L6 Bankers Hall, 315 - 8 Ave SW, 403-234-7971. Map 2, F4

COCO + VI­O­LET Ready-to-wear fash­ions and ac­ces­sories by du jour de­sign­ers with an em­pha­sis on the trends of New York City and Hol­ly­wood. La­bels in­clude Wil­liam Rast, Sir Alis­tair Rai and Gypsy 05 as well as de­signer jeans by True Re­li­gion, Work Cus­tom Jeans, and Denim of Virtue. 2500 - 4 St SW, 403-244-6234. Map 1, H6­coand­vi­o­

FASH­ION AD­DI­TION Sizes 14-plus. Staff ad­vise on new looks and trends from leisure to dressy looks. Brands in­clude Eileen Fisher, Jones New York, and Span­ner. 10816 Macleod Tr SE, 403-285-8407. Map 1, L6 www.fash­ion­ad­di­tion14­

LAU­REN BAGLIORE CON­CEPT SHOP New York fash­ion de­signer Lau­ren Bagliore opened this con­cept boutique to show­case her self-ti­tled brand, which fea­tures soft Ital­ian jer­sey dresses, leg­gings, and wool tweeds meant for lay­er­ing and drap­ing to cre­ate un­usual sil­hou­ettes and il­lu­sions. 917 - 11 St SE, 403-455-4020. Map 1, H6 www.lau­ren­

OSKA The ur­ban cloth­ing la­bel from Mu­nich is in­ter­na­tion­ally known for its up­scale women’s gar­ments. Fo­cus­ing on solid colours and ca­sual fits, OSKA’s clas­sic de­signs en­dure sea­son to sea­son. 315 - 8 Ave SW, 403-384-9772. Map 3, E5 www.oska-cal­

PAUL HARDY DE­SIGN The free­stand­ing boutique and de­sign stu­dio of high-end womenswear de­signer Paul Hardy. Fea­tures the lat­est col­lec­tions of ap­parel, jew­ellery, ac­ces­sories, and knitwear. Open Tue through Sat. Bay 5, 2501 Alyth Rd SE, 403-966-2268. www.paul­hardy­de­

PEA­COCK BOUTIQUE CON­SIGN­MENT Shop gen­tly used con­sign­ment cloth­ing and ac­ces­sories in pop­u­lar brands. 1145 Kens­ing­ton Cres NW, 403-283-5722. 1415 - 11 St SW, 403-229-0223. www.pea­cock­bou­ STU­DIO IN­TENT Show­case for in­de­pen­dent lo­cal and Cana­dian de­signed fash­ion, in­clud­ing unique one-off dresses, jew­ellery, and art. 805 - 1 St SW, 403-266-4211. Map 3, G10 www.stu­dioin­

TONI PLUS Ca­reer, ca­sual, and af­ter-five clothes in sizes 14 to 22 by top North Amer­i­can and Euro­pean la­bels. Find col­lec­tions by Eileen Fisher, Ma­rina Ri­naldi, and Not Your Daugh­ter’s Jeans, as well as many unique ac­ces­sories. Pri­vate fit­ting rooms and pe­tite sizes avail­able. Chi­nook Cen­tre, 6455 Macleod Tr SW, 403-234-8667. Map 2, J6 www.toni­ TORY BURCH An up­scale women’s cloth­ing and ac­ces­sory brand fea­tur­ing easy-to-wear, ver­sa­tile items that blend preppy and bo­hemian looks. Chi­nook Cen­tre: 6455 Macleod Tr SW, 403-775-8965. Map 1, I6­ry­ WOLFORD An Aus­trian lux­ury women’s cloth­ing boutique that sells its own brand of high-end hosiery as well as lin­gerie and ready-to-wear cloth­ing. Per­sonal styling con­sul­ta­tions are avail­able. Avail­able at Nord­strom and “Wolford Shop-In-Shop” at Holt Renfrew, 510 - 8 Ave SW. GOURMET FOOD BITE GROCETERIA A cozy In­gle­wood gro­cery and whole­sale food mar­keter re­tail­ing hard-to-find spe­cialty food items in­clud­ing dairy prod­ucts, meats and sauces.

Cater­ing avail­able. 1000 - 9 Ave SE, 403-263-3966. Map 1, H7 www.bite­gro­ce­te­

THE CHOCO­LATE LAB Each of their painted choco­late bon­bons and truffles is a lit­tle work of art. 202 Cen­tre St SE, 403-455-3022. Map 2, C6 www.the­choco­late­

CRAVE COOK­IES AND CUP­CAKES A lo­cal bak­ery spe­cial­iz­ing in gourmet cup­cakes, cook­ies and cakes. There are 13 reg­u­lar cup­cake flavours, in­clud­ing the sig­na­ture Crave-O-Li­cious, made with choco­late cake and vanilla but­ter­cream ic­ing. Spe­cial or­ders and de­liv­ery avail­able. 1107 Kens­ing­ton Rd NW, 403-270-2728. Map 1, G5 57 Crow­foot Terr NW, 403-237-4601. Map 1, C2 318 Aspen Glen Land­ing SW, 403-221-8307. Map 1, H2 222, 10816 Macleod Tr S, 403-270-2728. Map 1, L6 www.crave­cup­ JAN­ICE BEATON FINE CHEESE This shop stocks every­thing from rare French soft cheeses to lo­cally made pecorino and gouda. 1017 - 16 Ave SW, 403-229-0900. Map 3, J3 jan­ice­ OLIVIER’S CAN­DIES LTD One of the old­est con­tin­u­ously op­er­ated busi­nesses in Western Canada, the old fash­ioned prod­ucts such as Euro­pean choco­lates, giant candy canes and creamy caramel are still crafted by hand us­ing

cen­tury-old recipes and tech­niques. 1316 - 9 Ave SE, 403-275-5195.

OLLIA MACARONS AND TEA Cal­gary’s first boutique mac­aron patis­serie of­fers tra­di­tional flavours such as choco­late hazel­nut and pis­ta­chio, as well as mod­ern cre­ations like maple ba­con, matcha and guava, and laven­der honey. They also brew their own line of premium or­ganic loose leaf tea and of­fer mac­aron bak­ing classes. Their mini mac­aron pyramids hold 35-38 macarons and come in a fancy car­ry­ing case. 810C - 16 Ave SW,

403-457-9775. Map 2, I2­ol­ PAPA CHOCOLAT In­ter­na­tion­ally renowned choco­latier Bernard Calle­baut’s new­est ven­ture. Gourmet ar­ti­san choco­lates in­clude ir­re­sistible treats such as pine nut milk choco­late ganache and Nor­mandy sea salt in­fused choco­late caramel. 226, 10816 Macleod Tr SE,

403-264-7212. Map 2, L6­pa­choco­ SPINELLI’S ITAL­IAN CEN­TRE Spe­cialty gro­cery store fo­cus­ing on Ital­ian cui­sine. Stop by the Bar Italia for an au­then­tic Ital­ian Amer­i­cano and a slice of Neapoli­tan style pizza for lunch. 9919 Fair­mount Dr SE, 403-238-4869. Map 1, L6 www.italian­cen­ SPOLUMBO’S FINE FOODS AND DELI Spa­cious and

airy spot serv­ing thick Ital­ian sand­wiches: mor­tadella, meat­loaf, and pro­volone. Also sal­ads, soups, specials, and sausages. Eat in or take out. Busy at lunch hour. 1308 - 9

Ave SE, 403-264-6452. www.spolum­ HOME AND GARDEN BAR­BE­CUES GALORE A wide se­lec­tion of bar­be­cues, ac­ces­sories, fire­places, and pa­tio fur­ni­ture at great prices. 3505 Ed­mon­ton Tr NE, 403-250-1558. Map 1, F6 5875 - 9 St SE, 403-258-4440. Map 1, J6­be­cues­ga­

CRATE & BAR­REL Crate & Bar­rel re­tails a huge se­lec­tion of con­tem­po­rary high-qual­ity house wares, fur­ni­ture and decor. Fur­ni­ture or­ders can be cus­tom­ized with over 2,000 dif­fer­ent fab­ric op­tions. 100 An­der­son Rd SE, 403-278-7020. Map 1, L6 www.crate­and­bar­

FIELDSTUDYqual­ity goods fromA life­style women’s store cloth­ing fea­tur­ing and a ac­ces­sories­s­e­lec­tion 102 of to 1812 house­hold- 4 St SW, ob­jects books and www.field­­mu­sic, and more.

INSPIRATIthe home, sourcedFine linens from and top es­sen­tials pro­duc­ers for in every Europe room and of North2207 - Amer­ica4 St SW, as 403-244-4443.well as In­spi­rati’s­spi­rati.caown orig­i­nal de­signs.

LEE every­thing VAL­LEY else A you fam­ily-owned­could need busi­ness­for home with and tools garden and projects.St SE, 403-253-2066.Many of the tools Map are1, J6of their www.lee­val­­mown de­sign. 7261 11

PLANT TERRARIUMS This cozy shop in In­gle­wood sells terrariums, in­door gar­den­ing sup­plies and other eclec­tic house­hold items. 1327 - 9 Ave SE, 403-585-4226. Map 1, H7 www.plant­ter­rar­i­

REWORKS UPCYCLE SHOP Home decor and per­sonal ac­ces­sories made from re­cy­cled ma­te­ri­als. From Cana­dian-made shovel chairs to seat­belt hand­bags and records re­pur­posed as book­ends, you’ll find unique and eco-friendly pieces rang­ing from $6 to $2,600. 510 - 77

Ave SE, 403-263-4366. www.shopre­

RUBAIYAT This dis­tinc­tive 17th Av­enue gallery and boutique car­ries im­ported ar­ti­facts and crafts from Africa and Asia as well as or­nate jew­ellery, art glass and home ac­ces­sories by lo­cal, re­gional and in­ter­na­tional de­sign­ers. 722 - 17 Ave SW, 403-228-7192. Map 2, I3 www.rubaiy­at­cal­

STEEL­ING HOME A fun col­lec­tion of orig­i­nal, func­tional ac­ces­sories like dec­o­ra­tive hooks, fur­ni­ture and jew­ellery. In­cludes new and an­tique one-of-a-kind pieces. 1010 - 17 Ave SW, 403-245-0777. Map 3, J3 www.steel­inghome­ JEW­ELLERY & WATCHES GEM BY CARATI This fine jew­ellery store fea­tures Cana­dian di­a­monds and other pre­cious stones, and works by Euro­pean and Cana­dian de­sign­ers. They also do cus­tom jew­ellery de­sign upon re­quest. Bankers Hall: 121, 315 - 8 Ave SW, 403-264-5557. Map 3, G9

J VAIR AN­DER­SON Es­tab­lished in 1925, this jew­eller car­ries Swiss watches, en­gage­ment rings, gift­ware col­lec­tions, and fine jew­ellery with di­a­monds, gem­stones, and pearls. De­signer col­lec­tions in­clude Gucci, Miki­moto, and Shaesby. Of­fers ap­praisals, cus­tom de­signs, jew­ellery re­pair, and cer­ti­fied Rolex ser­vice. 409 - 3 St SW,

403-266-1669. Map 2, E4 www.jvairan­der­ KORITE IN­TER­NA­TIONAL Es­tab­lished in 1979, Korite is the orig­i­nal and most trusted name in Am­mo­lite jew­elry world­wide. Hun­dreds of styles in 14k and 18k white or

yel­low 403-287-2026.PAN­DORA gold and Wide Map sil­ver se­lec­tion1, set­tingsI6­mof charm­sare avail­able.and bracelets,3333 - 8 St in SE, sil­ver ac­cents.and 403-252-3777.quartzand Rose gold ear­ Map­with and blown1, Chi­nookJ6 di­a­mond www.pan­­glass, Cen­tre: rings, di­a­mond6455 pearl Ma­cleo­dand pen­dants gem­stoneTr SW, TIF­FANY in­ter­na­tional Sch­lum­berger,& CO de­sign­er­sand Ex­clu­siveFrank in­clud­ingGehry, de­sign­eras Elsa well jew­ellery Peretti,as crys­tal from Jean gift­ware, baby mil­lion,the Chi­nookitems, five-karat charms, lo­ca­tion. Lu­ci­daandIn Holt cuff­links.soli­taire Renfrew, en­gage­men­tMarvelThe Core,at the ring 8 $1 Ave at SW, 403-269-7341.SW, 403-259-2022. Map Map2, F4 1, Chi­nookJ6 www.tif­fany.comCen­tre: 6455 Macleod Tr LINGERIEKNICKERSwith sizes for ‘N pe­tite LACE to Spe­cial­iz­ing­full-fig­ure andin bras hard-to-fit.and bra fit­tingsLines in­clud­er­obes,Tr S, 403-225-1413.and Chantelle, ac­ces­sories. Le­jaby,Map Wil­low1, Piege,L6 www.knick­er­snlace­comPark and Vil­lage:more. Sleep­wear,10816 Macleod SHADES hand­made OF jew­ellery,SLEEP High-qual­i­tysleep­wear, and boutique bed­ding fea­tur­ing de­signed by 403-457-0092. in­de­pen­dent Map Cana­dian1, H7 ar­ti­sans. www.shades­of­sleep.ca1221 - 9 Ave SE, MU­SIC BLACKBYRD MYOOZIK Of­fers a large se­lec­tion of new and elec­tron­ica,used rock, clas­si­cal, coun­try, and folk, world and beat jazz CDs se­lec­tions.along withA good se­lec­tion 403-367-7811.of vinyl www.blackbyrd.cais avail­able as well. 1126 - 17 Ave SW,

HOT WAX RECORDS New and used records and CDs, in­clud­ing tens of thou­sands of used records as well as new vinyl re­leases and clas­sic re-is­sues. 114 - 10 St NW, 403-283-0055.­

MELODIYA RECORDS Next door to Phoenix Comics, this mu­sic store spe­cial­izes in hard-to-find records and CDs. They also carry new and used in­die, clas­sic, rock and metal vinyls and CDs. 2523A - 17 Ave SW, 403-246-8916. Map 2, H4 www.melodi­

RECORD­LAND The shelves burst­ing with some­where be­tween 500,000 and a mil­lion al­bums make this a vinyl-lover’s mecca. 1208 - 9 Ave SE, 403-262-3839. www.face­­landCanada

SLOTH RECORDS An in­de­pen­dent record store and mu­sic la­bel spe­cial­iz­ing in in­die and un­der­ground mu­sic. Store fea­tures lo­cal art­work and lis­ten­ing sta­tions. 736 - 17 Ave SW, 403-265-6585. Map 3, J5 SHOES ECCO SHOES Of­fers a wide range of com­fort­able footwear for men, women and chil­dren, from sandals and run­ners to for­mal and busi­ness shoes. The fam­i­ly­owned com­pany, which has been in busi­ness for 48 years, de­signs, man­u­fac­tures and sells its own prod­ucts. 261055 CrossIron Blvd, 403-984-6800. Map 1, A8 708, 33 Her­itage Mead­ows Way SE, 403-255-9249. Map 1, J6 Chi­nook Cen­tre: 6455 Macleod Tr SW, 416-922-6784. Map 1, J6

GRAV­I­TY­POPE Grav­i­ty­pope’s con­tem­po­rary space on 17th Av­enue sells an in­com­pa­ra­ble se­lec­tion of footwear for men, women, and chil­dren from brands in­clud­ing Aud­ley, Bi­b­liotek, and grav­i­ty­pope’s own shoe line. A unique se­lec­tion of women’s and men’s cloth­ing and ac­ces­sories can also be found here from a large

as­sort­ment of brands such as Acne Stu­dios, Marni, and Rag & Bone. 1126 - 17 Ave SW, 403-209-0961. Map 2, I1 www.grav­i­ty­

JOHN FLUEVOG Clas­sic shoes with a quirky twist made for both men and women from Cana­dian de­signer John Fluevog. 207 - 8 Ave SW, 403-265-1970. Map 2, G9

THE SHOE CLOSET Cochrane’s one and only boutique shoe store re­cently ex­panded, and its sec­ond lo­ca­tion in In­gle­wood also fea­tures trendy footwear and ac­ces­sories. 1404 - 9 Ave SE, 587-435-7463. www.face­­clos­et­cochrane SHOP­PING CEN­TRES BANKERS HALL A sky-lit re­tail gallery with three lev­els of spe­cialty stores such as Henry Singer and Blu’s. Also fea­tures Sunterra Mar­ket, restau­rants and a food court. 315 - 8 Ave SW, 403-668-6000. Map 2, F4 www.banker­

CHI­NOOK CEN­TRE One of Cal­gary’s largest malls, lo­cated min­utes from down­town. It fea­tures shops in­clud­ing Nord­strom, Burberry, Tif­fany & Co., Ted Baker Lon­don, and Ap­ple. The mall also fea­tures a large food court, a movie theatre, and seven full-ser­vice restau­rants. 6455 Macleod Tr SW, 403-259-2022. Map 1, J6 www.chi­nook­cen­

CROSSIRON MILLS A 1.4 mil­lion sq ft com­plex north of Cal­gary near the town of Balzac. More than 200 stores and out­lets, in­clud­ing Saks Off 5th, Dis­ney, Tommy Hil­figer, Calvin Klein, Coach, Guess, and Ba­nana Repub­lic out­lets. 261055 CrossIron Blvd, Rock­yview, AB, 403-984-6800. Map 1, A8 www.crossiron­ THE CORE Four lev­els of shops, restau­rants, ser­vices, and the Devo­nian Gar­dens in­door park. Harry Rosen and Holt Renfrew are an­chor stores. 8 Ave be­tween 4 St SW and 2 St SW, 403-441-4940. Map 2, F4 www.core­shop­ DEVENISH BUILD­ING Lo­cated in a his­tor­i­cal three-story build­ing just south of the down­town core, this cen­tre ac­com­mo­dates fash­ion bou­tiques, sa­lons, and a bri­dal salon. 908 - 17 Ave SW, 403-229-9204. Map 2, I1

DRAGON CITY MALL Lo­cated in Chi­na­town, this mall is dis­tinct in ap­pear­ance and of­fer­ings with an her­bal store, cloth­ing shops, and Chi­nese and Ja­panese eater­ies. Cen­tre St and 4 Ave SE, 403-539-0193. Map 2, D6

MAR­KET MALL More than 220 stores and ser­vices in­clude Ap­ple, Lu­l­ule­mon, Swarovski, H&M and Arnold Chur­gin, with an­chors The Bay, Sport Chek, Toys R Us, and The Gap. Heated parkade, in­door play­ground and full-ser­vice restau­rants. 32 Ave and Sha­ganappi Tr NW, 403-288-5467. Map 1, F4 www.mar­ket­ SOUTH­CEN­TRE MALL Over 180 shops and ser­vices in­clud­ing Restora­tion Hard­ware, HS Henry Singer, Crate & Bar­rel, BCBG, The Bay, Lu­l­ule­mon, Blu’s Women’s Wear, and Brown’s Shoes. Dine at Mile­stone’s Grill and Bar or Chili’s Texas Grill. 100 An­der­son Rd SE, 403-271-7670.

Map 1, L6 www.south­cen­­ WIL­LOW PARK VIL­LAGE An open-air, walk-about shop­ping vil­lage with 65 shops and ser­vices. Fash­ion, jew­ellery, shoes, recre­ation, health and beauty, as well as restau­rants and a wine mar­ket. Store­front park­ing, ac­ces­si­ble from An­der­son CTrain Sta­tion. 10816 Macleod Tr

SE, 403-214-7565. Map 1, L6 SPE­CIALTY SHOPS & SER­VICES BEADLES BEADS & JEW­ELLERY Make your own jew­ellery with beads from around the world, take a bead­ing class, or browse vin­tage and de­signer jew­ellery. 1606 - 7 St SW, 403-245-1562. www.beadles­ DIS­COV­ERY HUT In­ter­ac­tive toys, puz­zles, games, kites

and Play­mo­bil,kids’ clothes. Groovy Brand­sGirls, and in­clude Beanie Thomas Ba­bies. the Also Tank retro En­gine, items like Smurfs, Gumby and recre­ated tin toys. Chi­nook Cen­tre, 6455 Macleod Tr S, 403-301-4180. Map 2, J6 www.dis­cov­ery­ HASKAYNE MER­CAN­TILE BLOCK Five spe­cialty shops lo­cated in the plaza of Her­itage Park. The shop­ping cen­tre is open year-round and is free to the public, re­quir­ing no gate ad­mis­sion. 1900 Her­itage Dr SW, 403-268-8500. Map 1, K5 www.her­

KANE’S HAR­LEY-DAVID­SON One of the old­est Har­leyDavid­son deal­ers in Al­berta, this shop car­ries cloth­ing, col­lectibles, ac­ces­sories, and gifts bear­ing the Har­leyDavid­son in­signia. Ask about bike rentals. 914 - 11 St SE, 403-269-8577. Map 1, H7 www.kane­sharley­david­ KENT OF IN­GLE­WOOD This old-fash­ioned shave shop car­ries every­thing a man could need for groom­ing, from straight ra­zors to colognes. Also on the shelves are hunt­ing and fold­ing knives, chef knives, and sharp­en­ing sup­plies. 1319 - 9 Ave SE, 403-457-1595. Map 1, H7 www.kentof­in­gle­

KNIFEWEAR A fun store fea­tur­ing knives from more than 25 Ja­panese knife­mak­ers, in­clud­ing the Masak­age line, de­signed in Cal­gary and hand-forged in Ja­pan. Also of­fers knife sharp­en­ing and “Cut Like a Chef” classes. If you can play the bass gui­tar hang­ing on their wall, you get 10 per cent off. 1316 - 9 Ave SE, 403-514-0577. Map 1, H7

LIV­ING­STONE & CAVELL EX­TRA­OR­DI­NARY TOYS This boutique toy shop has some great finds. High-qual­ity toys in­clude tin and clock­work toys, Bri­tains Minia­tures, Marklin trains, col­lec­tor dolls, Wile­sco steam en­gines, and more. 1124 Kens­ing­ton Rd NW, 403-270-4165. Map 1, G5 www.ex­trao­d­i­nary­

LIZ AND LOT­TIE Named af­ter the co-own­ers’ grand­moth­ers, this quaint yet con­tem­po­rary gift shop car­ries cards and gift ideas for any­one and any oc­ca­sion. 537 River­front Ave SE, 403-263-0800. www.lizand­lot­

MOONSTONE CRE­ATION NA­TIVE GALLERY Gallery and gift shop fea­tur­ing works from Cana­dian abo­rig­i­nal artists, in­clud­ing paint­ings, West Coast jew­ellery, bronzes, sculp­ture, moc­casins, and leather prod­ucts. Tra­di­tional art classes. 1219 - 10 Ave SE, 403-261-2650. Map 1, H7 www.moon­stonecre­

SENTRY BOX A unique shop that spe­cial­izes in fan­tasy and fic­tion. This store car­ries a col­lec­tion of games, books, fig­urines, other col­lectibles and much more. 1835 - 10 Ave SW, 403-245-2121. Map 2, H5 www.sen­try­

SHOUL­DER TO SHOUL­DER COL­LECTIBLES Mil­i­tary and law en­force­ment mem­o­ra­bilia, plus vin­tage toys, jew­ellery, lapel pins, and other col­lectible items. 1340 - 9 Ave SE, 403-262-2397. shoul­der-to-shoul­

SILK ROAD SPICE MER­CHANT Re­tailer of fine herbs, spices, chiles and sea­son­ings, as well as small-batch spice blends made in-house. 1403A - 9 Ave SE, 403-261-1955. Map 1, H7 www.silkroad­ STAM­PEDE STORE Unique Cal­gary Stam­pede-branded sou­venirs, cloth­ing, and ac­ces­sories. BMO Cen­tre 1410 Olympic Way SE, 403-261-0101. www. cal­gar­ys­tam­­pede/at­trac­tions/shop­ping/ store

THE COOK­BOOK CO. COOKS The shop car­ries a wide va­ri­ety of cook­books in­clud­ing sev­eral by lo­cal

chefs, as well as gourmet and or­ganic fresh pro­duce, sauces, sal­sas, grains, oils, herbs, and spices. In the Build­ing Bloc, 722 - 11 Ave SW, 403-265-6066. Map 2, G2 www.cook­book­ WHITE op­er­at­ed­crafts,9915 Chi­ila fash­ions,EAGLEby Blvd, First NATIVEon jew­ellery,Na­tion­s­the Tsuu CRAFTS peo­ple, moc­casins,T’ina Re­serve.this Owned blan­kets,shop and fea­ture­sand gifts. na­tive WESTERNALBERTA man­u­fac­turer. BOOT The WEAR COMPANY­fac­tory & out­let BOOTSAl­berta’s car­ries only more 403-258-4300.west­ern­than 8,000boot pair­shave a of pair leather cus­tom boots nar­row,50 Also- 50 hats,Ave reg­u­larSE, shirts, 403-263-4623.and jeans,wide fits, buck­le­sor and Map other1, I6­berta­boot.comwest­ern wear.

LAMMLE’Swest­ern fash­ion WESTERNand ac­ces­sories,WEAR & TACK cow­boy Fea­ture­shats and brand name Shaw­nessyMap 2, O6 Cen­tre: Mar­ket 230 Mall: Shawville 3625 Blvd Sha­ganap­piSW, Tr Ave NW, NE, 403-247-9224. 403-275-6877. Map Map 2, 2, F4 E6 Deer­foot Crow­foot Mall: Cen­tre: 901 98- 64 Crow­footCen­tre: 6455 Terr Ma­cleodNW, 403-547-9808.Tr SW, 403-255-5292.Map 2, D2 Map Chi­nook2, J6 www.lamm­ SMITHBILT HATS A cus­tom cow­boy hat man­u­fac­turer since 1919. Full range of straw, wool and fur cow­boy hats, as well as fe­do­ras and top hats. Home of Cal­gary’s trade­mark white hat. 1103 - 12 St SE, 403-244-9131. Map 1, H7 www.smith­ WINE, BEER, AND SPIR­ITS 5 VINES WINE, CRAFT BEER & SPIR­ITS Spe­cial­iz­ing in de­li­cious wine and craft beer pair­ings. A wine club and growler bar are of­fered along with reg­u­lar tast­ing events. 218 - 12 Ave SE, 587-955-9221. Map 2, H5

ASPEN WINE & SPIR­ITS Lo­cated in the city’s south­west, this wine store has one of the largest se­lec­tions of Eno­matic ma­chines. Try be­fore you buy with wine, scotch, port and cognac sam­ples. 130, 366 Aspen Glen Land­ing SW, 403-239-4904. Map 1, H2­pen­wine­and­spir­ BRICKS WINE COM­PANY Lo­cated in the historic com­mu­nity of In­gle­wood, Bricks Wine Com­pany of­fers a care­fully cu­rated se­lec­tion of wine, beer, and spir­its. 101, 902 - 9 Ave SE, 587-535-9463. www.brick­

CRAFT CEL­LARS Beer, wine, and spir­its, along with a tast­ing bar and an eight-tap growler bar with a strong fo­cus on fresh, lo­cal beers. 1345 - 32 Ave NE, 403-277-1868. www.craft­cel­

KENS­ING­TON WINE MAR­KET Along with one of the best wine and craft beer se­lec­tions in Cal­gary, this shop has the largest sin­gle malt se­lec­tion in Al­berta and some of the rarest bot­tles of Scotch avail­able in Canada. Weekly tast­ings, spe­cialty gift bas­kets, cor­po­rate ac­counts. 1257 Kens­ing­ton Rd NW, 403-283-8000. Map 1, G5 www.kens­ing­ton­wine­mar­ VINE ARTS Car­ries a di­verse se­lec­tion of in­ter­na­tional wines and of­fers sam­plings. Reg­u­lar public and pri­vate wine tast­ings in the tast­ing room. 1310 - 1 St SW, 403-290-0700. Map 2, H5­ WIL­LOW PARK WINES & SPIR­ITS A large store with an im­pres­sive se­lec­tion of wine and spir­its from around the world. Tast­ings and in­for­ma­tional ses­sions on wine, spir­its and beer are of­fered. 10801 Bon­aven­ture Dr SE, 403-296-1640. www.wil­low­

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