SEEN IN VANCOUVER #423: New Location Of “The Board Of Trade” Opens in Gastown

Chinatown/Strathcona fashion retailer The Board Of Trade has opened a second location in the heart of Gastown (the old Mandula spot at 206 Carrall). Owners Eunice Quan and David Lin joined forces with their friend Armin Tehrani for the expansion, building all the tables, display cases, and changing rooms with the help of friends. Their new location carries an expanded inventory that includes home wares, men and women’s fashions, and lots of accessories. Both locations are open Monday to Saturday for 11am to 6pm, and on Sunday from 11am to 5pm. Take a look!

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  • David Lin, Board Of Trade, 206 Carrall, Gastown
  • Upstate Tie Dye Kimono
  • Board Of Trade Timo Weiland Camisol
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  • Roots Soap Co. Board Of Trade, Gastown
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  • Board Of Trade, Gastown
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