Spring fashions have arrived at Bohemia Gallery – Vancouver’s best kept vintage and consignment store secret! Whether you are looking for a contemporary spring dress or a beautiful prom dress with vintage flare, the selection is vast . With two floors and over 3000 square feet of clothing for both men and women, you are certain to find something to suit your taste and budget.
Upstairs in The Loft is where you will find ODP Design’s spring collection and one of the larger selections of vintage and consignment clothing for men.
ODP Design's Spring Dress $95 - Green Jacket $55
Hawaiian Shirts for Men in The Loft $15-$24.95
Although Bohemia carries a wide range of clothing and styles, what stands out this spring are the dresses and vintage lingerie – pantaloons are making a comeback!
Bohemia's fun selection of pantaloons $39.99
Bohemia Vintage Prom Dresses $69
Selection of spring and prom dresses $29.99 - $59.99
White cotton Zara Basic spring dress $34.95
Jann's favourite vintage dress $69.99
Lara Woman halter top $29.99
And, while at the store you might want to check out their end of season sales which include some winter dresses for as low as $10.00.
One of Vancouver’s best kept consignment store secrets, Bohemia Gallery, welcomes local designer Karen Green, from ODP Designs, to The Loft. Jann Purcell, Bohemia’s owner, is thrilled to showcase ODP Designs and passionately believes that Karen’s designs are a perfect fit with her belief and life philosophy that “fashion is art”. Karen’s designs, all one-of-a kind pieces, are reconstructed from recycled clothing and fabric and reflect her love of all things unique and beautiful. Knowing no boundaries, Karen’s designs create cultural connections by mixing fabrics and fusing them in the most unexpected and exciting ways.
Together, Jann and Karen are no strangers to the fashion industry, between them they have over 40 years experience. Jann has worked 20 years in fashion retail and opened Bohemia Gallery in 2004 with her daughter Ashlee. Five years later, with her son Jason and his wife Taryn now part of the business, they have expanded the store to include the upstairs portion, called The Loft, and have over 3000 square feet of retail space. With a blend of contemporary, retro and vintage clothing and accessories for both men and women, their store can best be described as “boho chic meets retro crazy.”
Karen started designing her own clothing at an early age and created her own distinctive look – first for herself and then for her children. Eventually her passion for fashion led her to start her own fashion line – ODP Designs. With the loving support of her family, Karen has grown her fashion line to include everything from reconstructed sweaters and kilts to beautiful wedding gowns that are crafted from a unique multi-cultural mix of fabric.