Aug 08, 2017 | By Emily Cater
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|Known for creating sleek male attire, Philippe Dubuc’s flagship store is chock-full of the Canadian’s cutting-edge apparel. Designed by noted architect Gilles Saucier, the minimal space contains Dubuc’s monochromatic collection of slim suits, crisp shirts and on-trend accessories. Twice named Canadian Designer of the Year, Philippe Dubuc’s wears remain at the forefront of modern menswear.4451 Rue St-Denis Montréal, QC
Tel: 514 282 1465
|Situated beneath the clothing boutique, this subterranean shop focuses on accessories that complement the Philippe Dubuc aesthetic. In addition to stocking a small selection of the designer’s ties and glasses, the collection is comprised of an international amalgamation of up-and-coming designers. Shoes from Giuliano Fujiwara and Chronicles of Never, jewelry by Gilbert Gilbert and Montreal’s own Harakiri, and umbrellas by Senz are just a few of the avant-garde offerings found here.|
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