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With a history that dates back to 1872, La Maison Darlington is one of the oldest clothing shops in the city. Specializing in winter wear, the boutique is well-known for its timeless designs with a smattering of modern trends. Sourcing from some of the finest designers, the boutique offers everything from jackets and coats to scarves and hats. There's a small selection of accessories like bags and wallets as well. Call ahead for more information.
Maple goods remain one of Canada's most popular products and there's no better place than La Petite Cabane à Sucre de Québec to check them out in the city. Located in the bustling Quartier Petit Champlain, the boutique offers an astounding range of maple products from maple candies and syrups to maple teas and wines. The shelves of the expansive store remain packed to the hilt, many times brimming over with the diverse array of products on offer. Product tastings are available. Check website for more.
This most beautifully preserved area of Vieux-Québec is also one of the city's cherished shopping districts. Quartier Petit Champlain is certainly heavily thronged to and many establishments cater to the visiting hordes. There are, nonetheless, many unique boutiques to be unearthed. Quebec fashion designers are featured heavily on the rue du Petit-Champlain, including Oclan, Point de Mire, Les Vêteries and Zazou. Numerous art and crafts galleries provide everything from souvenirs to high-end housewares; well-known stores include Brin de folie and the Galerie d'Art Bégin and Pauline Pelletier. High-quality jewelry is on offer at the magnificent Pierre Vives and Louis Perrier Jewelers. The district abounds with cafes and restaurants.
This small store in Quebec's Quartier Petit Champlain, is dedicated to showcasing marvelous creations by local sculptor Alain Flamand. Flamand, known for his detailed carvings of wood, has been delighting clients with beautiful wood-carved figurines for over 30 years. Each piece, handcrafted by Alain Flamand himself, has drawn inspirations from various sources: folklore, nature, wildlife, humans and others, but Quebec is the common theme running through all the sculptures.
It's no secret that Quebec City, with its long history of fur trade is haven for those in love with fur products, and Les Fourrures Du Vieux-Port is one of its finest purveyors. The family-owned business has been operating for decades now and remains a staple for luxurious fur products. Choose from their extensive collection of coats, jackets, caps and other accessories. For label-enthusiasts, there's a restrained selection of designer fur coats as well. The expansive store, with warm lighting accents makes for a comfortable browse. Check website for more.
Sandwiched between Laurier Quebec and Place Ste-Foy, this shopping oasis may look small when compared to the two behemoths, but more than makes up for its size with a fine selection of lifestyle boutiques. From trendy designer boutiques to specialty bookstores and other shops, the mall's collection is varied and offers something for everyone. Cool your heels and grab a bite at the food court offering and eclectic choice of eateries. Other guest services include currency exchange and cash machines. Check website for more.