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post #91 of 285
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Originally Posted by Platypus View Post
...stocking Frank Leder in the near future...Anyone know?

Figured it out. Les Etoffes will be stocking Frank Leder starting SS11.

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Originally Posted by Sewyy View Post
Around Atwater and Ste-Catherine maybe?

I think you mean TNT?

Montreal update:

Michel Brisson moved like two blocks (just drove past...haven't been inside yet).

Finally made it to Simons. The brand list (CDGHP, Junya, Givenchy, Raf, etc.) and, perhaps more surprisingly, the buy itself is actually quite good IMO (they have the Raf Simons velcro parka, some CDG boiled poly / wool items I WANT, and even a Neil Barrett coat I like (I like it only 'cause it rips of an old Helmut Lang coat...but still). Prices are kinda high.

One store I haven't seen mentioned in this thread (if I'm mistaken...oops) is Duo. They have a somewhat staid selection of Dior Homme, Lanvin, Margiela, YSL, etc.)

And for women, Mona Moore has a really good selection (as usual).
post #92 of 285
Urban Outfitters on St-Caths LoL HaD To MeNtIoN It ~ HiPsTeR CeNtrAl~
post #93 of 285
the problem with duo is that it is quite expensive tbh
But one of the saleswomen is really cute
post #94 of 285
Looks like ssence will open in mid-december.
Why dont they get rid off g-star first, i'm afraid it will take way too much space :*(
post #95 of 285
will have to check it out when i finally have some money LOL
post #96 of 285
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Don't get too excited. They've told me on two occasions that they would be opening at so and so date and they didn't open, lol.
post #97 of 285
Any good stores doing the black friday sale?
post #98 of 285
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Originally Posted by halisray View Post
Was just in Influence-U: they have an amazing Naked&Famous collection there wow... like the 32oz denim, elephant denim, cashmere, all the different kinds at reasonable prices (125-280)

and whilst I was there I heard shouting outside by the McDo, so I ran outside and these guys were fighting, like a taxi driver and someone else and the cops came.. pretty much made my day haha, i love montreal~~

I used to live in Montreal and had a perfect view of this McDonalds location from my balcony. There was no less than 5 fights a week outside (that I saw with my own two eyes). Heck, I got into a couple of scraps inside there (Wednesdays, after $1 beers at Cheers back in 2004-2005).
post #99 of 285
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Originally Posted by bawlin View Post
I used to live in Montreal and had a perfect view of this McDonalds location from my balcony. There was no less than 5 fights a week outside (that I saw with my own two eyes). Heck, I got into a couple of scraps inside there (Wednesdays, after $1 beers at Cheers back in 2004-2005).

haha noice.. too bad Cheers got owned by the surete - fascists
post #100 of 285
I must have over nine thousand stories involving me in an advanced state of drunkenness and that McDonald's haaa
post #101 of 285
a homeless dude asked me if i was a witch at that mcdonalds.
post #102 of 285
are you a witch?
post #103 of 285
clearly
post #104 of 285
Hey guys,

I bought some boots and I was wondering where I could buy a good shoe care kit? salt, snow etc...
I live nearby tony pappas but maybe there are other alternatives?
What do you guys use?
post #105 of 285
I use Sno-Seal for my red wings
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