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Definitive Guide to Montreal Shopping

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by gwydion, Sep 22, 2010.

  1. JDMills

    JDMills Well-Known Member

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    Cafe wise, Myriade right next to Guy metro is always great (on Mackay), or this place called Piccolo on Park near Mcgill, or as said before jst walk around Mile End the plateau (Toi Moi et Cafe is a staple).
     
  2. JDMills

    JDMills Well-Known Member

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    And ya Mount Royal park is kinda a big thing
     
  3. johnH123

    johnH123 Well-Known Member

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    Anything new and exciting on the shopping scene in Montreal? I know about Rooney Shop, Simons and some of the other 'big name' stores but I'd be curious if there was anything else worth going to. I'm in town next week and then moving there permanently in a few months.
     
  4. heartlessphil

    heartlessphil Well-Known Member

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    I really like Michel brisson on Laurier Avenue (michelbrisson.com)

    SSense (ssense.com) in the old Montreal of course (They have a sale at the moment, if you see something you like on their website you can have them transfer the item at the boutique to try it on in person) Takes 1-2 days usually.

    Holt renfrew in the basement is nice too

    Boutique Duo on prince arthur street

    Those are my favorites...
     
  5. Jvog

    Jvog Well-Known Member

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    Stopped by Simons earlier today, they've started with their drops on designer clothing - still quite a big selection left, so get there quickly before it all sells out. Discounts varied between 30% to 50%.
     
  6. johnH123

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    Does anyone have a good recommendation for a tailor in Montreal? Someone who speaks English, preferably.
     

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