Aritzia | Store | A women’s fashion brand that evolved out of Vancouver’s upscale department store, Hill’s of Kerrisdale, in 1984. There are now several dozen stores across North America. It is marketed toward tweens and twenty-somethings. Famous for warehouse sales that see line-ups stretching around entire city blocks.

Usage: “Sorry I had to bail on the game, guys. My girlfriend dragged me to Aritzia…”

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