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post #31 of 267
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Wherever you go, don't go to Kelly Akram or whatever her name is @Cours Mont-Royal. Biggest rip-off ever. Their retail price for the Dior Homme Black Tie 104/s sunglasses was $400 CAD. Price is 200-250 anywhere else in Montreal.

Albert Hazan has some good stuff...Got my Dita's there. Didn't shop so much there since I knew what I wanted but he's also got TFs, Cartier, and the usual stuff you can find at any optician in montreal. His lenses aren't the best though. Anti-glare, my ass.

I've heard some good stuff about Alain Assedo (4933 Sherbrooke West) and I used to know this girl who worked in Les Barniques, or something like that (small store on University street... between Ste Catherine and René-Levesque) and apparently she says it's amazing.
Thanks! If my eye heals, I'll go check them out this weekend.

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Didnt see any krane tho (sorry gwydion ).

Ken told me they'd be stocking Krane outerwear this f/w. Oh well, lol.
post #32 of 267
You can update TNT : theory, YMC, y3, LVC, Nudie, cheap monday, GANT, NSF, cardigan, lots of comme des garcons and some others things.
post #33 of 267
Btw for both addresses on ste-Catherine it's important to mention that they're on ste-Catherine west and not east. There's nothing on ste-Catherine east anyways lol
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Btw for both addresses on ste-Catherine it's important to mention that they're on ste-Catherine west and not east. There's nothing on ste-Catherine east anyways lol

Hobos and drugs?
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Hobos and drugs?

Precisely. I find it weird how everyone sees Montreal Nord as a ghetto when hochelaga maisonneuve and lasalle are by far the dirtiest, trashiest places in Montreal. I volunteer in lasalle and I want to gtfo as soon as I get there
post #36 of 267
can anyone confirm that they carry junya at simons? where in the store? thanks.
post #37 of 267
4451 Rue St.Denis http://www.dubucstyle.com/
post #38 of 267
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can anyone confirm that they carry junya at simons? where in the store? thanks.

I went a couple weeks back and on the 2nd floor(where the suiting is), there were a few racks of junya jackets and pants
post #39 of 267
Heading to Montreal in October, this helps a lot, thanks!
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yuck. no offense.
post #41 of 267
Went to u&i and they have a nice rack of EG and JW!
post #42 of 267
hey guys

just wondering what's the lowest discount simons in montreal have? 50% off?

thanks
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I live in Ahuntsic, near Cremazie metro. I work, no school. I got my dream job here

what's your job?
post #44 of 267
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Thanks for pointing out Albert Hazan brosef. Went there yesterday and I think I found a pair of Persols I'm going to buy
post #45 of 267
Popped into U&I today - what a lovely shop!
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