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If you happen to be strolling along the quaint streets of Old Montreal, take a few minutes to check out the unique collection at Heritage Gallery. Opened by Kosta Dios, this family-run establishment is a cross between a gallery and and a shop which reflects its owner's love for native art and his experience as a furrier. Along with an array of beautiful pieces of art and fur accessories, the store has branched into gift items, each of which is carefully hand picked to add to the impressive collection. Whether it is to buy the perfect art piece for your living room or simply to soak in the local art, this is a great place to visit.
For all your Asian cooking and grocery needs, Supermarché G & D in Chinatown is a nice option. You will find all kinds of exotic ingredients at this supermarket that you won't find in any other ordinary supermarket. Stroll through their aisles of Asian specialty items, meat, seafood, vegetables, fruits, beverages, food products, spices and more. Chances are you might just spend your time more, getting fascinated by the unique displays. They even have a butcher on site to give you the cut you want.
Offering some exciting designs in fur fashion for women and men, Elysee Furs is popular for its exhaustive merchandise sewed out of the finest fur in the industry. Be it contemporary or old-fashioned, you can find a gamut of designs and silhouettes carved out in the legendary fabric which has ruled the fashion scene for ages. Elysee's selection centers around sheared mink, coyote, fox, lynx and otter fur, among other species. Its shelves also display an exuberant collection of scarfs, muffs, capes and cashmere jackets.
Henri Henri is one of the most esteemed hat stores in the nation. Opened in 1932 by Honorius Henri and Jean-Maurice Lefebvre, it started off has a hat specialist shop only for men, but now caters to teens and women as well. You will find all kinds and types of hats here such as hustler, aviator, tweed, cowboy, safari, summer, fur and straw, to name a few. They also have a wide range of accessories to complement a fedora which includes scarves, canes, umbrellas, hat cases, hat brushes, suspenders, tie clips, gloves and more. So give your wardrobe a fantastic makeover with a hat from Henri Henri.
Philippe Dubuc is a famous fashion designer known for his modern high-end styles in Montreal. The brand came into existence in the year 1993 and since then has diversified into an international label. The store features impeccable finishing with exemplary fit giving each piece a sense of urbanity. Located at Rue St-Pierre, the store has a modern decor and lighting. This along with a humble staff to help you with the selection, makes for a delightful shopping experience.
IGA Marché Louise Ménard is a nice spot in Downtown to shop for your groceries. Stroll through their aisles of meat, dairy, fresh produce, deli, cheese, beer and wine, fish, seafood and food products. Their prices are reasonable and the items displayed are of good quality.