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post #121 of 286
No lol, the striped olive/brown one. (I suck with colors in english).
I'm not an extactic guy when I try clothes
But some guys were crazy. One min after the opening of the store, a guy already had a stack of >10 clothes on his arms, running like crazy. =))
It was my first boxing day, didn't expect such lolness! But deals are nice.

Didn't go to duo since I spent more than I expected..., how is the selection lately? Havent been to duo in months.
post #122 of 286
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Originally Posted by Mesta View Post
No lol, the striped olive/brown one. (I suck with colors in english).
I'm not an extactic guy when I try clothes
But some guys were crazy. One min after the opening of the store, a guy already had a stack of >10 clothes on his arms, running like crazy. =))
It was my first boxing day, didn't expect such lolness! But deals are nice.

Didn't go to duo since I spent more than I expected..., how is the selection lately? Havent been to duo in months.

yeah, it really was insane at simons. I only stayed there 10 minutes. I was shocked by the people in there, seriously 95% of the clients were animals. I was walking around and wanted to see this MJ jacket when this guy who had been following me for a good 2 minutes just cut before me and got it lmao. I just stared at him and left haha.

Duo was much, much better. Very calm, everything 50% except the new Moncler stuff. They were very helpful too. Lots of outerwear, Dior, Prada, Neil Barrett, Dsquared, etc etc. Some Lanvin shoes. They told me they were getting Louboutin and Balmain soon! I'm going to get my jacket on thursday, had to shorten the sleeves a little, I'll make sure to check out everything and update you guys here.

U and I wasn't so great. Sales didn't look great, my friend wanted a pair of boots and they only had like 20% off. Not worth it when you know they like to boost up the prices 8-)

TNT are complete fucktards. They sent all the clothes in their men's section to their store in Toronto.
post #123 of 286
Simons still has full size runs of a couple Nigel Cabourn pieces (reversible shirt, toggle sweater/jacket, navy tweed trousers) at about 60% off. I guess the line didn't sell too well. Not much else left that interested me.
post #124 of 286
No more junya at Simons aside from a pair of denim... Not sure if I was up for the boxing day debacle though ...
post #125 of 286
did someone buy that crazy gaultier (or was it galliano) blue parka with the huge fur hood? it was $5000 lol
post #126 of 286
Last couple of pages make me sad
post #127 of 286
I remember a guy taking everything gaultier and galliano he found lolz.


I feel pretty lucky to have found the junya sweater in my size. The fit is great and the feel of the fabrics is amazing, light and warm. I can't find the exact model on internet...
The closest i found is that one : http://www.tresbienshop.net/en/art/j...ed-sweater.php
It's the same fabrics but with different paterns (the cable part is on all the back) + a nice shawl collar.
post #128 of 286
im back in town... anything left from boxing day? ss11 stuff in yet?
post #129 of 286
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Ssense opened in old montreal.
I'll go check that out when I can.

The SSENSE Boutique is located at 90 St-Paul West.

Boutique Hours:
Monday to Wednesday 10am to 6pm
Thursday to Friday 10am to 9pm
Saturday 10am to 5pm
Sunday 12pm to 5pm

I don't mean to be late, but its ABOUT time!

its been under construction for 2-3 years.
post #130 of 286
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I don't mean to be late, but its ABOUT time!

its been under construction for 2-3 years.

Sense: makes stopovers worthwhile..
post #131 of 286
Can any of y'all recommend a tailor to get modifications? For suiting as well as some streetwear ish, thanks.
post #132 of 286
Anyone know where I can get some APC jeans in Montreal?
post #133 of 286
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Anyone know where I can get some APC jeans in Montreal?
You could try AM68 in the Cours Mont-Royal. Expect to pay more than you would online though.
post #134 of 286
Holt and am68 carry APC.
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Can any of y'all recommend a tailor to get modifications? For suiting as well as some streetwear ish, thanks.

The one Fuuma recommended in this thread is awesome. Alteration Paul. He's at square philips in front of the bay on st. catherine. 1255, Rue Du Square-Phillips

Also, every time I'm on St Laurent sober and just walking in the area near where Les Etoffes is supposed to be, I never find it. After a night of drinking, I always seem to pass right by it. :P Maybe I'll write down the building number next time
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