Shopping in Montreal

Montreal is definitely a shopping destination and has high-end boutiques and designer flagships as well as several well-known department stores and malls.

  • Abe and Mary’s—a high-end clothing store with designer clothing by Elizabeth and James and Yosi Samra as well as vintage couture and an upstairs sample sale section with affordable jewelry, clothing, and shoes and a café; 4175 rue Jean-Talon Ouest
  • Aime Com Moi—a stylish designer clothing store that promotes young Quebecois designers and is geared towards women over 30 with styles such as skirts and recycled creations; 150 av. Mont-Royal Est
  • Antiquites Curiosites—an antique store with furniture and accessories from the 1930s to the 1980s and 1960s-era teak pieces; 1769 rue Amherst
  • Arthur—a stylish men’s clothing store run by Arthur de Shahinian and his son, Tavit, since 1978 that sells bespoke men’s shirts with silk linings and hand-sewn button holes and suits; 2165 rue Crescent
  • Ben and Tournesol—a housewares boutique with pillows, linens, and duvets from Designers Guild and products by Hermes and Fred Perry among others; 4915 rue Sherbrooke Ouest
  • Billie—a favorite Montreal boutique with bookcases, drawers, and shelves of stylish dresses, blouses, sweaters, and shoes; 1012 av. Laurier Ouest
  • Bleu Comme le Ciel—a jewelry store with costume jewelry by designers such as Ginette NY and Reminiscence Paris; 2000 rue Peel
  • Bodybag by Jude—run by designer Judith Desjardins, this clothing store has British-inspired checkered and plaid clothing; 17 rue Bernard Ouest
  • Boutique 1861—a boutique that has sensual, lacy, and affordable clothing in an all-white interior; 3670 boul. St-Laurent
  • Boutique Encore—an affordable designer clothing store with labels such as Hermes, Chanel, and Gucci for women and Armani and Hugo Boss for men; 2145 rue Crescent
  • Browns—the flagship store of this local institution has shoes and accessories for men and women by its own label and brands such as Michael Kors, Cole Haan, Steve Madden, and Stuart Weitzman; 1191 rue Ste-Catherine Ouest
  • Buffalo David Bitton—a beloved clothing brand with well-fitted jeans and other clothing and accessories for men and women; 1395 rue Ste-Catherine Ouest
  • Centre Eaton de Montreal—a mall with 175 stores, a lower level food court with free Wi-Fi, and a branch of the Musee Grevin, a celebrity wax museum; 705 rue Ste-Catherine Ouest
  • Citizen Vintage—a vintage clothing store with a selection curated by the owners and organized by color that changes on a regular basis; 5330 boul. St-Laurent
  • Cite Deco—an antique furniture store with teak armchairs, mirrors, and furnishings from the 1930s to the 1960s with some from the 1980s; 1761 rue Amherst
  • Complexe Les Ailes—a shopping mall with the only downtown Sephora and stores such as Forever 21, Swarovski, and SAQ as well as Asian food counters; 677 rue Ste-Catherine Ouest
  • Cuir Danier—a Toronto-based chain with leather jackets, skirts, pants, hats, and handbags; 1 Place Ville-Marie
  • Delano Design—a beautiful and stylish modern boutique with selections from Canadian and European designers; 70 rue St-Paul Ouest
  • Deuxieme Peau—a French lingerie and bathing suit shop with suits from French, Spanish, and Australian designers; 4457 rue St-Denis
  • Duo—a menswear store with designer labels like Alexander Wang, suits, and limited-edition Nikes; 30 rue Prince-Arthur Ouest
  • ERA Vintage Wear—an upscale boutique with vintage clothing, shoes, and accessories from the 1920s to the mid-1980s that is sometimes frequented by clients such as Julianne Moore and Cate Blanchett; 1001 rue Lenoir, suite 514
  • Editorial Boutique—a downtown boutique with a large following and brands such as Citizens of Humanity, Erin Wasson, Luv U Always, For Love of Lemons, Unif, and Jeffrey Campbell; 1455 rue Stanley
  • Espace Pepin—owned by a painter, this pretty boutique is stocked with romantic clothing, shoes, housewares, and furniture; 350 rue St-Paul Ouest
  • Eva B—a vintage clothing store with clothes, shoes, jewelry, and glasses, a $1 section, and an in-store café; 2015 boul. St-Laurent
  • Franc Jeu—a French toy store with Corolle dolls from France and toys by Quebec’s Jouets Boom and Gladius lines; Place Versailles, 7275 rue Sherbrooke Est
  • General 54—a women’s clothing store with locally designed clothes and the owner’s clothing line; 5145 boul. St-Laurent
  • Gourmet Laurier—a gourmet food store with chocolate, candies, coffee beans, fine cheeses, and charcuterie among other imported goods; 1042 av. Laurier Ouest
  • Grand Central—an antique store with chandeliers, candelabras, armchairs, and other decorative pieces from the 18th and 19th centuries; 2448 rue Notre-Dame Ouest
  • Harry Rosen—a high-end menswear shop with casual and formal apparel, wallets, watches, and hats by designers such as 7 for all Mankind, Michael Kors, and Cole Haan; Cours Mont-Royal, 1455 rue Peel, Suite 227
  • Henriette L—a boutique with accessories from lines such as Sonia Rykiel, Jean-Paul Gaultier, and Issey Miyake; 1031 av. Laurier Ouest
  • Hudson’s Bay—a descendant of the 17th century fur-trading company, Hudson’s Bay Company, this has been a department store since 1891 and is famous for its duffel coats and red, green, and white-striped blankets; it also sells fashionable clothing, housewares, and toys; 585 rue Ste-Catherine Ouest
  • Jacob—a clothing store popular with young businesswomen that has four floors of stylish separates and dresses with a basement bargain level; 1220 rue Ste-Catherine Ouest
  • James—a boutique with flowy tunics, embroidered blouses, and white cotton dresses as well as designer jeans and Minnetonka moccasins; 4910 rue Sherbrooke Ouest
  • Joshua David—a small boutique with modern designers such as Diane von Furstenberg, Alexander McQueen, and Rich and Skinny jeans; 4926 rue Sherbrooke Ouest
  • Kanuk—a winter apparel store with coats, parkas, and rain gear; 484 rue Rachel Est
  • Kaufmann de Suisse—a high-end family-run jeweler with gold and platinum bands and a Philippe Patek corner; 2195 rue Crescent
  • La Maison Simons—a department store with youth-oriented brands on the ground floor and more mature offerings on the second floor with some luxury brands like Chloe and Missoni; 977 rue Ste-Catherine Ouest
  • La Vielle Europe—a deli with sausages, cheeses, European chocolates, and jams; 3855 boul. St-Laurent
  • Le Chateau—a Quebec-based clothing chain with affordable H&M-style clothes for men and women including stylish suits, dresses, and evening attire as well as shoes, handbags, and jewelry; 1310 rue Ste-Catherine Ouest
  • Les Cours Mont-Royal—a mall with stylish boutiques and brands such as Club Monaco and DKNY as well as a spa and professional salon; 1455 rue Peel
  • M0851—a very popular designer leather clothing and handbags destination; 3526 boul. St-Laurent
  • Marche Jean-Talon—a huge outdoor marketplace with produce stalls in the summer and fall and shops that sell sausages, fish, cheese, bread, pastries, and delicacies; 7070 av. Henri-Julien
  • Marie Saint Pierre—the top female designer in Quebec and known throughout Canada who is celebrated for her pleated and ruffled clothing that is modern and sophisticated as well as a new wedding collection; 2081 rue de la Montagne
  • Pretty Ballerinas—a small boutique with handmade Spanish ballet flats and Barbour handbags; 392 av. Victoria
  • TNT—a large women’s clothing store with clothes, shoes, and accessories by labels such as Stella Forest, Lauren Moshi, and Michael Stars and a coffee shop; 4100 rue-Ste Catherine Ouest
  • Tres Chic Styling—a reasonably priced designer clothing store with denim and cocktail dresses and other selections; 1069 av. Laurier Ouest, Suite 2
  • Vestibule—a pretty boutique with whimsical and feminine clothing and home décor; 5157 boul. St-Laurent

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