Coeva Vintage is not just a business;
it's a celebration of self-expression.
Founded in 2018, Coeva Vintage is an online boutique dedicated to curating a unique collection of vintage (1900 - 2003) and contemporary clothing.
We cater to individuals of all sizes, ages, and genders, providing a stylish and sustainable alternative to fast fashion.
Coeva Vintage evolved from a passion for self-expression, and a desire for a more sustainable clothing life cycle.
Meet the Visionary and Vintage Lover
Behind Coeva Vintage
Coeva (she/her) is a quiet trailblazer with a passion for authenticity, self-expression, and vintage fashion. With a background in Fine Art, she has seamlessly woven her creative and entrepreneurial skills into a multidisciplinary tapestry.
She's not only an entrepreneur; she's also an artist, transformational coach, stylist,
and internationally published model.
As an Irish-Canadian immigrant, queer and neurodivergent, Coeva's journey is a testament to embracing individuality. She is a vocal advocate of radical self-acceptance, where personal style knows no bounds.
Her mantra is simple:
wear whatever makes you feel good, regardless of size, age, gender,
or other people's opinions.
A Lifelong Love Affair with Vintage
Coeva's deep-rooted love for vintage clothing traces back over 25 years.
It all began in a quiet Irish store, where she sifted through dusty racks of mundane suits. Amidst the ordinary, she stumbled upon an extraordinary find: a stunning 1960s red tapestry and sheepskin coat in her exact size. This serendipitous discovery ignited a lifelong passion for vintage fashion.
- In Person (by Appointment only - Currently unavailable)
Located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on the unceded, traditional, and ancestral territories of the Coast Salish Peoples; the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations aka Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada . Unceded means that this land was never surrendered, relinquished or handed over in any way.
We are grateful for the Traditional Knowledge Keepers and Elders and make this acknowledgment as an act of reconciliation and gratitude to those whose unceded land we reside on as guests.
Christina Lazar-Schuler Photography