MTL SHOPS & MORE
Where to shop and what to see in Montreal
Treat pops to any one of these stylish presents and he'll be celebrating Father's Day in good fashion, guaranteed.
SHADES OF GLORY
Garrett Leight Hampton sunglasses, $375 at Rooney.
SWEET PANTS (LITERALLY)
Naked & Famous Denim Weird Guy Pineapple Selvedge Chambray jean, C$180 at shoptateandyoko.com
Fun fact: These pants are made in part from real pineapple fibers!
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NEW STORE ALERT: Stop by this brand-new Mile End boutique for Westcoast-style clothing and accessories from brands like Keepsake, Free People and Jenny Bird, along with rustic-chic housewares and display-worthy bath products that'll instantly spruce up any space.
Vestibule, 5157 boulevard Saint-Laurent. 514-419-3868.
On May 17, Montreal turns 372 years young. We're helping you fête our fair city with the best local-loving buys.
La Montréalaise Atelier short-sleeved sweatshirt, C$65 at lamontrealaiseatelier.com.
Montreal pendant, C$65 at chris-alix.com.
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THE GOODS: Holt Renfrew's new limited-edition line of totes, designed in collaboration with New York–based label Rag & Bone.
THE CAUSE: Raise $100,000 for Right to Play, an organization dedicated to fostering peace for children affected by war, poverty and disease through sport.
THE PARTICULARS: Holt Renfrew's H Project x Rag & Bone Right to Play Tote in black, cream or olive, C$55 each at Holt Renfrew (1300 Sherbrooke Street West).
Don't sweat it, dawdlers. Even the biggest procrastinator will win a few brownie points with these gender-neutral gifts.
FOR THE SWEET TOOTHED
Charbonnel et Walker chocolates, C$28 at Holt Renfrew.
FOR THE BIG HEARTED
Did you know: For every bracelet sold, ALDO will donate 100% of the proceeds to the fight against HIV/AIDS.