The 5th Annual Luxury & Supercar Weekend with over $100 million dollars of new exotic and classic vehicles, designer fashions, fine food and wine has become the garden party for Vancouver’s well heeled socialites.


Lamborghini on displayed at the Luxury & Supercar Weekend. / METRO LIVING ZINE NEWS IMAGE CREDIT: Simon Lau


The Luxury & Supercar Weekend show would not be complete without beautiful brand ambassadors. / METRO LIVING ZINE NEWS IMAGE CREDIT: Simon Lau

Located on the beautiful lawns of Van Dusen Botanical Garden were some of the world’s most important examples of automotive achievements from manufacturers such as Lamborghini, Pagani, McLaren, Bugatti, Ferrari, Maserati, Bentley and many more.

“Metro Vancouver has more luxury vehicles per capita than any other market in North America,” states Craig Stowe, President of the Luxury & Supercar Weekend.


1933 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 GS 6th Series, winner of the Gold Cup at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este in Italy. / METRO LIVING ZINE NEWS IMAGE CREDIT: Simon Lau

My favorite was the award-winning Concours classic 1933 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 GS 6th Series, winner of the Gold Cup at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este in Italy. I first saw this vehicle at the Pebble Beach Concours in Monterey a few years ago which is own by David Cohens of West Vancouver.


Bugatti Veyron – Guinness World Record for the fastest street-legal production car in the world, with a top speed of 431 km/h (268 mph). / METRO LIVING ZINE NEWS IMAGE CREDIT: Simon Lau

The Luxury & Supercar Weekend is more than just an automobile show, it big business. Last year one participating manufacturer whose super cars start at $300,000 sold six vehicles during the weekend and several ‘SOLD’ signs discreetly started to appear on the Sunday.


The latest designer fall fashions were showcased in the Oakridge Centre Fashion Pavilion at the Luxury Supercar Weekend. / METRO LIVING ZINE NEWS IMAGE CREDIT: Simon Lau

Complimenting these fine automobiles was the Oakridge Centre Fashion Pavilion which showcased three daily fashion shows featuring the latest fall fashion from top retailers such as Max Mara, Stuart Weitzman, DKNY, Boss, BluBird and Harry Rosen. This European runway show featured top fashion trends, from sportswear’s continuing influence to fall silhouettes for both men and women.


Mission Hill – Mission Hill was just one of the many fine food and beverage partners at the Luxury Supercar Weekend. / METRO LIVING ZINE NEWS IMAGE CREDIT: Simon Lau

In the VIP area, Vancouver’s top restaurants and local wineries offered their finest to Vancouver’s old and new money crowd.

The Luxury & Supercar Weekend is well on its way to establishing Vancouver as Canada’s premier city of fine automobiles.