Montreal’s most sought-after fashion sale, “La Grande Braderie de Mode Québécoise”, takes over the city from April 15 to April 18!
If I know you at all, I know discounts up to 80% on designer clothes are enough motivation for you to throw on your prettiest heels and tackle the cobblestones of Old Montreal.
If I know you at all, I know you like nice things but you think 1000$ should be spent on a trip rather than a pair of shoes. Still, you wish you could afford the shoes. That and the designer dress hanging on a rack in your favourite store, which would surely make the most recalcitrant of Mr. Bigs do a double-axel and beg to have you back.
You know you deserve it all. Except the mortgage bills, visa statements and piles of parking tickets are not disappearing.
But listen up girls: there is a way to be fashionable and not blow the budget!
“La Grande Braderie de Mode Québécoise” is one of Montreal’s biggest shopping events, gathering more than 90 of Montreal’s new-coming and top fashion designers, including Andy Thê-Anh, Soïa & Kyo, Rudsak, Report Collection, Mackage and Marie St-Pierre.
Here’s where your shopaholic heart starts racing: all designs will be discounted between 50 – 80% from retail price!
Now is the time to get your hands on great new looks at amazingly low prices. It’s also a rare opportunity to have a chat with designers and meet other fashionable Montrealers.
The event is held at Old Montreal’s Marché Bonsecours (photo above) and will welcome more than 20 000 visitors in just 4 days, so if you’re a smart cookie, you’ll get there early and put your fiercest behavior on.
Insider Tip: I’ve heard that paying cash may earn you additional discounts.
When: April 15 – 18, 2010
Thursday 15 – Friday 16: 10am – 9pm
Saturday 17 – Sunday 18: 10am – 5pm
Where: Marché Bonsecours
350 St Paul East