« Oh my god, this is so goooorgeous – where did you get it ? » You know what happens next. Merely a couple of days later, the whole city is wearing that latest piece of fashion you were so proud of. So much for being original, right? Well, if you’re visiting Montreal this fall, there are plenty stores you must stop by to fulfill your style hunger. We’ve picked three collections that might tickle your fancy. Not only are the chances of seeing your latest purchase on your ex-boyfriend’s new girlfriend slim- these collections are only available in Canada – you won’t destroy your wallet because they’re all very much affordable. So next time you’re being asked that killer question, simply answer : « I got it in Montreal daaaarling…»
Results for Fashion
The number of Montrealers showing their collections, last week, at New York fashion week seem to be rising every season. In anticipation of next week’s Montreal fashion week, here are three brands that created the buzz this time around.
Any fashionista in her right mind knows an outfit is not whole unless it is completed with a pair of stellar shoes. Thankfully, travelling happens to be the perfect opportunity to refine the “unique factor” of your shoe closet. Here are some Montreal boutiques recommended by me for your upcoming shopping frenzy.
Well, there we were. Neatly lined up behind media stanchions. Tennis legend, the ever-elegant lady of the courts, Chris Evert, (fabulous in fuchsia) was guest of honour at the red carpet event hosted by Tennis Canada and the Rogers Cup presented by National Bank. Chris, a three-time champion of the Rogers Cup, was inducted into the Rogers Cup Hall of Fame on Monday August 16 during a centre court presentation at Uniprix Stadium.
Osehaga Festival is all about great musicians performing in one of Montreal’s most stunning urban locations. But don’t get distracted by all the celebs, because this Montreal festival is also all about star-studded street fashion and unique dud watching. The voice of men’s culture, GQ Magazine, was in town for the occasion, and recently published a series of photographs praising the beauty of the Montreal female breed. Here are some looks and folks that caught the eye of the Montreal Buzz.
Neighborhood arts and crafts markets are great places to find unique products made by people who choose to create outside the mainstream box. A place to get that special piece that everybody wants but no one knows where to precisely find…
Anyone who’s been to Montreal knows that Montrealers have a charmingly unique sense of style. Eclectic and experimental, chic yet laid-back, old with a splash of new, new with a splash of old… with so much panache, one can only wonder: where do these Montrealers get it from? Well, that’s a long story, but thankfully there’s a fashion exhibition ready to tell it all.
Ever wondered what a summer festival would look like if all the stores from a city’s fashion district got together for fours days, organized major runway shows, and threw glamorous parties under the metropolitan stars? If so, wonder no more. That’s what Montreal’s Festival Mode et Design is all about! From August 4 to August 7, fashion aficionados from all over the world are invited to the popular Montreal fashion event (celebrating its 10th anniversary this year) to revamp their style and find new inspirations for the last few weeks of the summer interval and the oh-so exciting season that is fall in the fashion world.
With it’s unique position as the gateway between North America and Europe, Montréal is très unique in its dimensions of art, language, culture, politics and gastronomy. The city resonates a passion and sophistication that is unparalleled anywhere on the continent. This becomes evident in the diversified programming of festivals that the city continues to offer year after year. Travelers choose Montréal for a myriad of reasons such as affordability, diverse cultural options and patented joie de vivre. And because there are so many flavors of experience to choose from, we’ve conveniently matched 11 personality types with a Montréal festival that might just tickle your fancy.
There are some events in Montreal, like for example the F-1, that locals often avoid. But when it comes to this week-end’s “Main Madness”, when all of St-Laurent is closed off to traffic, even the most cynical of Montrealers can usually find something to do… In my opinion this is because Main Madness, also known as the Street Sale, can be an entirely different experience depending on where you are on St-Laurent. If you want champagne and snootily gorgeous waitresses, head to the area just above Sherbrooke for the terrasses that extend out from spots like Buona Notte and the nearby oyster bars set up on the street. If you want DJs and a slight wilder scene, head to the area outside bars like Korova and spots like Laika .