Hunting for Vintage Treasures in Mile End

Posted on April 26th, 2009 by .

Mile End is to Montréal what Willamsburg is to New York: our city’s hipster hub and playground for everything fresh. On the sidewalk, you will probably pass an indie rocker, a writer, and a harmonica player, followed by a Hasidic Jew, his wife, and their babies. That’s normal.
As I was looking for unique vintage items (my favourite), I bumped into my friend Mike, who was walking home from the laundromat and he kindly offered to film me. (Shopping solo while filming yourself and talking alone does feel a bit weird, so I gladly accepted his offer.)

Mile End is my hood, and my hood is where it’s at! The area is filled with little boutiques selling all kinds of goodies, from art, to interior decoration, second-hand clothing and local designers. And so, I went shopping!

Have a look at some of my favourite clothing stores in the area!
General 54
54 St. Viateur St. W.
Bohème Friperie
206 Saint-Viateur St. W.
Local 23
23 Bernard St. W.
Arterie
176 Bernard St. W.

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