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What's special in Montreal??

andyw

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Hi all.....taking my son to visit McGill in a couple weeks and will do some shopping. I visit Montreal often enough and know the places that are referenced on this forum like Harry Rosen for tailored clothing, but I live in NYC so not much I can't get here. I want to broaden my Montreal search to include more casual wear and the like with the criteria that the stuff is made in Canada. Some of the places I will visit include Cuir Mont-Royal in the Plateau or a Danier shop for a leather jacket and will check out Kanuk, also in the Plateau for a long insulated winter parka. I'd appreciate your comments other stores and made in Canada garments. Merci!
 

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Take a stroll down Peel st. There you'll find quite a few boutiques and charming cafes you can relax in.

Also, any trip is not complete without a visit to L'Uomo Montreal, which is right across the street from Harry Rosen. It's probably the most iconic store in the city, and Paul, Albert, Albert, and Eric are wonderful guys.

If you want some more casual stuff and like seeing local designers, stop by kamkyl and Philippe Dubuc.
 

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Originally Posted by meaculpa
Take a stroll down Peel st. There you'll find quite a few boutiques and charming cafes you can relax in.

Also, any trip is not complete without a visit to L'Uomo Montreal, which is right across the street from Harry Rosen. It's probably the most iconic store in the city, and Paul, Albert, Albert, and Eric are wonderful guys.

If you want some more casual stuff and like seeing local designers, stop by kamkyl and Philippe Dubuc.


L'Uomo has Kiton, right?
 

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