Vancouver-based fashion retailer Plenty has opened its tenth location in Willowbrook Centre in Langley, BC.
Since debuting in 1989 as an independent store in Vancouver, the company has grown steadily with clothing and accessories for women and men. The new Willowbrook store spans 4,000 square feet.
As with the nine locations before it, the new store’s interior design was created by Vancouver’s Roger Koodoo, reflecting Plenty’s Owner and Founder Murat Imren’s background growing up in Turkey. The space has pops of bold colour, custom designed wallpaper, touches of marble and wood, all paying homage to his heritage.
The Willowbrook location is also home to a custom wood carving by prominent Indigenous artist Corrine Hunt. Corrine Hunt is a member of the Raven ‘Gwa’wina’ Clan from Ts’akis, a Kwakwaka’wakw village on Vancouver Island. Plenty is privileged to display the carving inspired by Corrine’s great grandmother’s woven blankets and rich family history.
Plenty was founded in Vancouver in 1989 and each store tells a different story with stores mixing a selection of in-house labels with internationally renowned brands.
Plenty Willowbrook is the tenth store opening joining locations on Robson Street in Vancouver, Park Royal in West Vancouver, Metropolis at Metrotown in Burnaby, CF Richmond Centre in Richmond, Coquitlam Centre in Coquitlam, the flagship store in Kitsilano in Vancouver, CF Chinook Centre in Calgary, and two locations at Uptown Centre in Victoria.