Already a destination of choice for discerning fashionistas, Foreign Affair is hosting a unique event today at 5639 Spring Garden Road. Until 8pm, rep Evelyn Krijnen will be on hand for a Trunk Show highlighting the Iris fall/winter collection.
There are lots of great deals to be had November 27 at the provincial infrastructure department’s auction.
Located at “Canada’s National Immigration Museum,” Pier 21 on Marginal Road, the Pier 21 Gift Shop is a unique shopping destination that locals often overlook.
Hailed by The New York Times as “a destination not to be missed,” Finer Things Antiques and Curios on Agricola Street is Halifax’s largest antique shop. It’s jammed with antiques and collectibles from dealers around Nova Scotia. The selection includes 19th-century furniture, mid-20th-century retro items, sterling silver and much more.
Shopping for a unique gift? Odds are good you’ll find something out of the ordinary at Strange Adventures on Sackville Street. Reader’s Digest named it “Canada’s Best Comic Store,” and it’s not hard to see why. Comics abound at the Sackville Street store, along with unique board games, toys and action figures. The store was even featured in an issue …
With locations in Sunnyside Mall and Dresden Row Market, Cucina Moderna is heaven for the gadget-crazed foodie. It’s jammed with products for those who enjoy the fine art of cooking and entertaining. New this season, it boasts an extensive collection of durable and stylish cookware.
The World Beer Championships confirmed what Haligonians already knew: this city makes some of the best beer on earth. Find the proof at the NSLC or the Garrison Beer Store on Marginal Road. The microbrewery recently won four medals, including gold for its India Pale Ale.
Fashionistas take note: a new player is entering Halifax’s retail scene. On April 1, Laura Canada opened its first Nova Scotian location (Bayers Lake Centre, 212-B Chain Lake Dr.). Trendy seasonal fashions for women abound at the new Laura/Laura Petites double concept superstore. Regional manager Krystyna Dybinski tells me they’re pretty excited about the move. “We are thrilled to be …