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Definitive Guide to Montreal Shopping

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

  1. Mesta

    Mesta Senior member

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    I thought this was a Fred Perry store so I never went near it.

    It has a decent range of choices for denim (lots and lots of n&f (even shirts and crewnecks) and nudie + acne, cheap monday, diesel etc). Ranging from 125$ for n&f to 300$.
     


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    can someone please add a few of those to the map here?
     


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    Thanks a lot for this. Needed it as I just moved in and had no idea where to go.
     


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    Thanks a lot for this. Needed it as I just moved in and had no idea where to go.

    Montreals an amazing city. I'm sure you'll love it here [​IMG]
     


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    Montreal is awesome.
     


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    This is great! Could have used it when I took the family on vacation there just last month. Of course, my wife would've chastised me and the boys would've rolled their eyes incessantly. [​IMG]
     


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    brad-t Bae Blade

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    Montreal is awesome.

    +1, been living here for a year and will never leave if i can help it
     


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    +1, been living here for a year and will never leave if i can help it

    noice [​IMG] whereabouts? you in uni?
     


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    +1, been living here for a year and will never leave if i can help it

    Been wishing I lived in Montreal for 20 years. Loved it so much I had to marry a woman from there.

    Sadly, now that I'm married I have no time to shop while I'm there visiting.

    Thanks a lot for this list.
     


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    Wow thanks alot for the list! Needed some new places to shop [​IMG]. Does anyone know a good tailor for jeans and/or a good tailor for shirting? Montreal is really great! I've been living here for 13 years now and love it!
     


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    Don't forget Men's on Sherbrooke right next to Cours Mont-Royal and Albert Hazan Opticien. They carry Nudie, Acne, some other brands too like Hugo Boss, Bikkembergs etc...Worth a look.
     


  12. gwydion

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    Don't forget Men's on Sherbrooke right next to Cours Mont-Royal and Albert Hazan Opticien. They carry Nudie, Acne, some other brands too like Hugo Boss, Bikkembergs etc...Worth a look.

    I'm actually looking for my first pair of glasses in 10 years...Any other stores besides Albert Hazan I should visit? And what kind of stuff do they stock there?
     


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    I'm actually looking for my first pair of glasses in 10 years...Any other stores besides Albert Hazan I should visit? And what kind of stuff do they stock there?

    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 RenÃ[​IMG]-Levesque) and apparently she says it's amazing.
     


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    just been to les etoffes and they have a cardigan from naked and famous + a special barney wool pants (14pc merino), some sale (-50pc) on the flannel pair (just a few sizes left)

    Bought a very cool simple cotton sweater from wings + horns.

    They have two amazing rag & bone jackets and some very cool sns herning knits.

    Didnt see any krane tho (sorry gwydion [​IMG]).
     


  15. brad-t

    brad-t Bae Blade

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    noice [​IMG] whereabouts? you in uni?

    I live in Ahuntsic, near Cremazie metro. I work, no school. I got my dream job here [​IMG]
     


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