The Montreal Soho

Old Montreal is the new and trendy place for shopping. One can find top quality fashion boutiques featuring designer names such as Denis Gagnon, Michel Brisson, Reborn and SSENSE. There are numerous small boutiques to discover, niched into neighborhood alleys, where you can find unique products which exist nowhere else. For the holidays, there is also a Christmas marketplace: the Nutcracker Market, where you’ll find excellent gift-giving ideas!

À table tout le monde : A unique, dedicated to the tableware and the best design around the world; At the table everyone offers functional objects, different, inspired, created by artists, designers and most talented producers from five continents.361, rue Saint-Paul Ouest, Montréal, Québec   H2Y 2A7

Bonaldo : Modern, contemporary furniture design store in Old Montreal on St-Laurent and Le Royer. 2, rue Le Royer, Montréal, QC, H2Y 3V8

Cahier d’Exercices :  An eclectic and avant garde mix of international runway designers infused with up and coming talent sourced from around the world. 369 St. Paul O Montreal, QC, H2Y 2A7

Clusier habilleur : Recommended by Forbes Magazine, Clusier Habilleur is the men’s clothing boutique of choice in Old Montreal. 432 Rue McGill, Montréal, QC, H2Y 2H1

Denis Gagnon : Known for his love of leather and his avant-garde approach to style, Montreal’s most famous designer feels at home in Old Montreal  170B rue Saint-Paul Ouest Montreal, QC,

Espace Pépin : The artist Lysanne Pepin presents her paintings and her collection of couture clothing branded Pepin. The boutique also includesfurniture design, lighting, decorative accessories and a wide selection of jewelry and fashion accessorie. 350, rue Saint-Paul Ouest, Montreal, QC, H2Y 2A6

Lola et les autres : Lola et les autres” boutique is the ultimate meeting spot for all Montreal fashionistas.165 rue Saint-Paul Ouest, Montreal, QC, H2Y1Z5

Librissime : Librissime is not your usual bookstore but a place where one can find limited edition books, new or used. Most books are offered in up to 8 languages. 62 rue Saint-Paul Ouest, Montréal, QC, H2Y 1Y8

Michel Brisson:  Carefully selected brands and designers The eye of a passionate man, curious and demanding Michel Brisson_ . 384, Saint-Paul street W Montréal, QC, H2Y 2A6

Mortimer Snodgrass : A boutique offering trendy, unusual products. Mortimer Snodgrass is the place to find unique gifts to surprise a loved one. 56 rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal, QC, H2Y 1S6

Noël éternel : Relive the best moments of the holiday season every day of the year – this shop offers a wide collection of local and foreign productshere and abroad 461, rue Saint-Sulpice, Montréal, QC, H2Y 2V8

Rooney : For an upper class spin on urban wear, Boutique Rooney has a variety of trendy brands and several lines of men’s and women’s casual clothing. 395, rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, QC, H2Y 1V2

Reborn  presents a rich array of men’s and women’s garments and accessories from an extensive list of established international brands alongside newly developing ones, as well as a collective of talented, local designers and jewelers. 231 Rue Saint-Paul Ouest, suite 100 Montreal, QC, H2Y 2A2

SSENSE : This store in Old Montreal is a delight for all fashionistas with influences such as Italian, Spanish, American, Swedish and more. Very urban, S Sense is a store where men and women can get their hands on highly sought-after clothing. 227, Notre-Dame W, Montreal, QC, H2Y1T4

 U & I : Located in the heart of the St. Laurent strip, this standout boutique has consistently presented customers with some of the most audacious prêt-à-porter available in Montréal. Boutique U&I is renowned for its selection of unique pieces that highlight the intellectual and conceptual sides of modern style. 3650 St Laurent, Montréal, QC, H2X 2V4

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