Shop Montréal designers
If you're updating your wardrobe with clothing and accessories that are unique and of high quality, why not support local businesses while you're shopping? Find your style or create a new one with our guide to Montréal designers, from international stars Denis Gagnon and Rad Hourani to inspired local designers like Atelier b, Ça va de soi and Lowell. Retailers such as Boutique Unicorn and General 54 carry several local fashion brands. Find street styles and more at Artgang. And for fun or if you're looking to buy, peek into the world of Québec's top luxury designers.
Home decor and other design items
Peruse Design Montréal's Code Souvenir catalogue for locally made items, from notebooks and glassware to toys and t-shirts. Find made-in-Québec items of all kinds at c'est beau and arloca online boutiques. And discover more Montréal-made goods that reflect the city. SOUK has put together a list of local designers that offer their products online. Different SDCs have also made available bike delivery to their participating businesses. The Puzzle Challenge, an Eastern Bloc initiative, is a way to support emerging digital artists. Limited-edition puzzles showing their works are available for purchase.
Add art to your walls
Pick a poster, any poster, from the vast selection at L'Affichiste, Montréal poster art experts of everything from vintage movie posters to lesser-known art posters. Buy contemporary local urban art online from gallery Station 16. For fine art, prints and posters delivered to your door, explore the catalogue of Montréal's Artistica. And if you're looking for an image of Montréal to add to your decor, search Etsy for prints and other artwork that highlights the city at its best.
Shop in advance
Prestige Giftbox allows you to shop for a plethora of packages, giftboxes and gift cards to enjoy, from hotel stays to beer tastings.