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MONTREAL DESIGNER EVE GRAVEL SPRINGS ETERNAL

Chicoutimi-born designer Eve Gravel moved to Montreal at the young age of 18 to pursue her studies in fashion. Since then, she’s become a symbol of the exciting local designer scene, with an ever-growing distribution (now in the U.S. and Europe!) and a loyal fan base…

STAY UP ALL NIGHT WITH NUIT BLANCHE AND ART SOUTERRAIN

City of Lights, City That Never Sleeps… what are you when you’re both? You’re Montreal during the annual Nuit Blanche and Art Souterrain, that’s what – the arty party night to end all party nights in the city that parties all the time…

SHOP HOP: INTERIOR DESIGN WARE IN LITTLE BURGUNDY

Little Burgundy isn’t just good looking on the outside, with its sharp contemporary architecture alongside quaint historical buildings. This hip Montreal neighbourhood has got stunning interiors, too, thanks to a collection of amazing designer furnishing stores…

CHINESE ART LIVES LARGE AT ARSENAL

With a space as big as an airport hangar, you need a decorating style that’s larger than life. Enter the brand new show at Arsenal, reuniting 13 contemporary Chinese artists who like to make statements – BIG statements…

BORN ON THE STREET, GROWN IN A GALLERY

These days, art you might expect to see plastered on city walls on the walk back to your hotel is finding new life inside galleries all over town…

MONTREAL FASHION WEEK DOES IT IN STYLE

Montreal Fashion Week is always cause for celebration, but in the drudgery of grey February, nothing lifts the spirit like the bright lights, flashing bulbs and glamour of groundbreaking fashion shows…

GET WILD AT THE ECOMUSEUM ZOO’S ZOOLYMPICS

The Island of Montreal’s richest source of Quebec wildlife, the Ecomuseum Zoo, is celebrating its Winter Carnival with a super cool contest and a weekend packed with a hundred species to see and fun challenges for you and your family…

PERU COMES TO THE MONTREAL MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS

Always wanted to climb Machu Pichu? Well you can do the next best thing at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts: You can take in over 350 Peruvian works of art, artifacts and treasures in their latest show, Peru: Kingdoms of the Sun and Moon…

RECYCLED FUR FASHION BY MONTREAL’S HARRICANA

Established among Montreal’s big names, alongside the likes of Marie Saint Pierre, Philippe Dubuc, Tavan & Mitto and Denis Gagnon, Harricana par Mariouche distinguishes itself by way of its ecological policy…