From the world’s biggest names in haute couture to quirky clothes designed by local style mavens, Vancouver is a cosmopolitan metropolis with something for every style. Make room in your Vancouver itinerary for some retail therapy and check out these ten Vancouver-born brands:

Lululemon. The yoga-wear emporium had become a symbol of Vancouver and a globally-recognized lifestyle brand. www.lululemon.com

Arc’Teryx. The brand specializes in technical outdoor clothing and sporting goods. You’ll find everything you need to climb a mountain… and look stylish doing it. www.arcteryx.com

RYU. Respect Your Universe is the latest fitness wear company to make waves in Vancouver, offering urban tech-style athletic apparel. www.ryu.com

Six Hundred Four. This limited edition premium sneaker brand commissions talented artists to create incredible original art on shoes. www.sixhundredfour.com

Fleuvog. John Fluevog’s progressive, art-deco styled shoes are local to Vancouver, but are well-known around the world. www.fleuvog.com

Nicole Bridger. Local fashionista Nicole Bridger creates effortlessly chic looks while maintaining a commitment to environmental sustainability. www.nicolebridger.com

Aritzia. The sleek women's design house was developed by a Vancouver family, but you'll find their trendy stores all across the continent. www.aritzia.com 

Herschel Supply Co. The ultra-cool accessories brand is known for its Instagram-friendly hipster-style backpacks, duffles and clothing. www.herschel.com

Native Shoes. The Vancouver-based company makes lightweight, PETA-certified vegan shoes. www.nativeshoes.com

Oak + Fort. What began as a small boutique in Gastown is now known across North America for its minimalist, simple designs. www.oakandfort.com