SHOPPING IN MONTREAL

CLOTHES

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Holt Renfrew
1300 Sherbrooke Street West
www.holtrenfrew.com

Holt Renfrew is Canada's leading luxury shopping experience with premier designers for women's and men's clothing, accessories, shoes and beauty. With top brands such as Armani, Burberry, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Lanvin, Valentino to name a few, Holts is also THE source for cosmetics and fragrances. Located on the exquisite Sherbrooke street, next to the Ritz, Holt Renfrew is a shopping haven.

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Ogilvy
1307 Sainte-Catherine Street West
www.ogilvycanada.com

The Ogilvy “store-within-a-store” concept (the first in Canada) has proven to be an immensely successful approach; each boutique maintains its own unique look, complemented by the individual identity of each floor. The distinctive style and cachet of Ogilvy is protected through the establishment and maintenance of common, high standards and policies that begin at the design concept stage and continue through after sales service. For almost 50 years the tradition continues and Ogilvy’s Piper marches throughout the store between the hours of 12 – 1 p.m. A favourite with tourists. Top brand name boutiques and personal shopping are available at Ogilvy.

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Harry Rosen
1455 Peel Street
www.harryrosen.com

This quality menswear retailer is well known for his selection of designer labels and personalized service.

JEWELLERY

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Birks
1240 Square Phillips
www.birks.com

Birks is Canada's premier luxury brand and most respected designer and manufacturer of fine jewellery, timepieces, sterling silverware, and gifts.

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Tiffany & Co.
1290 Sherbrooke Street West
www.tiffany.ca

The Montréal location of Tiffany & Co., open since 2012, offers the company’s prized collections and those of its renowned designers.

 

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Château d’ivoire
2020 de la Montagne
www.chateaudivoire.com

 

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Roland Dubuc Joaillier
163 Saint-Paul Street West
www.rolanddubuc.com

Jeweller Roland Dubuc’s masterful technique is expressed in his beautiful designs and original pieces.

MUST-SEE BOUTIQUES

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Boutique and Bookstore,
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

1380 Sherbrooke Street West
www.mbam.qc.ca

Browse a selection of exclusive items made for the Museum and inspired by the exhibitions and collections.

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Boutique métiers d'art du Québec
370 Saint-Paul Street East
www.metiersdart.ca

The Boutique sells a remarkable selection of recognized arts and crafts items, including jewelry, glassware, woodwork, ceramics, and leather goods.

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Chocolats Geneviève Grandbois
162 Saint-Viateur Street West
www.chocolatsgg.com

Well crafted and delightfully designed handmade chocolates are prepared with the best products on the market.

SHOPPING STREETS

Crescent Street
Famous for its art galleries and designer boutiques, Crescent shopping is the ideal mix of style and class.

Laurier Avenue West & Bernard Street
Renowned for their French cachet, these streets are home to a bounty of shopping treasures and tasty pleasures.

Mont-Royal Avenue
Mont-Royal Avenue is lined with a multitude of unique boutiques, shops and vintage clothing stores (“friperies”).

Saint-Denis Street
A stroll along this upscale street reveals a multitude of charming boutiques and a wealth of cafés and restaurants.

Saint-Laurent Boulevard
Food, fashion and furniture all find a home on this busy artery, a haven for shoppers looking for unusual items.

Sainte-Catherine Street West
Sainte-Catherine Street West is home to the city’s largest stores, an array of shops and several shopping centres.

Sherbrooke Street west
This posh area is lined with designer boutiques and antique stores where you can pick up high-end trends.

Underground pedestrian network
The 33 km of connecting passageways and hubs of the underground network stretch out beneath downtown.

Atwater Market
This public market located next to the cycling path features a range of fresh products and specialty boutiques.

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