Dream Begets Little Dream On Granville Island

You may be familiar with Dream on Cordova but did you know that the Dream has grown?

“Busting at the seams” and ready to expand, Dream decided to export “a little offbeat downtown culture, some edge, some style and (finally!) fashion” to Granville Island. Check out a previous Scout post about Little Dream here, and read on for the official details…

DREAM apparel & articles for people …announces the sweet beginning of a new dream…Quietly over Christmas, a fine selection of loveliness found its way across the inlet from Gastown to gorgeous Granville Island.

Located in the Net Loft (1666 Johnston St.), little dream is a carefully selected collection of locally designed and hand made things: original lines and twisted classics, reworked vintage, hand knit woolies, artful t-shirts, new and recycled leather bags and belts, and a surprising array of charming and cool Canadiana – everything you’ve come to know and love about dream…in a “less is more”, edited environment.

The best part? They are having a sale…

Almost everything is on sale…clothing…toques & scarves…coats…20-50% off. Save on your favourite local designers such as Allison Wonderland, Erin Templeton, K.Brower, CiCi, Hand & Shadow, Oona, Nap, Refine, Adhesif, Bueno Style, Jessie Turner, Suburbia, Identity, Elusid, Cake, Poodle Breath, Floating Gold Iceberg, Tourist Attraction, 442 McAdam…and many more!

The deals are on at both locations: Dream Gastown at 311 W est Cordova Street, and Little Dream in the Net Loft on Granville Island.

Scout loves to support the local designers and businesses that make Vancouver’s fashion scene so vibrant. If there is a local designer that you think we should get to know, drop us a line, we would love to hear from you.


Michelle Sproule grew up in Kitsilano and attended Bond University in Australia and the University of Victoria before receiving her graduate degree in Library Sciences from The University of Toronto. She lives by the beach in Vancouver and enjoys wandering aimlessly through the city’s shops and streets with her best friend – a beat up, sticky, grimy, and uncooperative camera.


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