Coeva Vintage Christina Lazar-Schuler
Coeva Vintage is an online boutique est. 2018 specializing in curated vintage (1900 - 2002) and modern clothing; and offering apparel for all sizes and genders as a stylish alternative to fast fashion.

A firm advocate for Oscar Wilde's declaration 'One should either be a work of art, or wear a work of art',  Coeva Vintage evolved from a passion for self-expression, and desire for a more sustainable clothing life cycle.
Why Shop Vintage?

It's unique, one of a kind (or hard to find!) so you're unlikely to meet someone wearing the same outfit!
  • Vintage clothing is often constructed with higher quality materials and finishing.
 Vintage and preloved is much kinder to our planet than fast fashion. By choosing to buy, wear, and care for vintage, you divest from the fashion industry (a major environmental polluter & human rights violator) and play an important role in making style more sustainable.  

If you love an item, bring it home before someone else does! 

Who founded Coeva Vintage?
Coeva (she/her/they/them) is a multidisciplinary  entrepreneur, artist, creative, coach, stylist, and internationally published model with a Fine Art background.
An Irish-Canadian immigrant, queer, neurodivergent, and vocal advocate of radical self-acceptance (wearing whatever makes you feel good, regardless of size, age, gender or other people's opinions), her love of vintage clothing began in a rural Irish store 25 years ago with the unlikely discovery of a 1960's tapestry coat...

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Our Purpose

- Online
 - In-Person, By Appointment (Currently unavailable)

Located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada 
 the unceded ancestral territories of the Coast Salish Peoples; including the territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. 
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. 

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