Saturday, October 11, 2014


By Eva Fydrych

Montreal's Best Kept Secrets

Montreal impressions (Photos by Eva Fydrych / Fashion Studio Magazine)

Montreal, the largest city in the province of Quebec, is considered to be a fashion capital of Canada and is quickly getting more and more recognition on the international scene. Montreal is home to the largest outdoor Fashion & Design Festival in North America, has a great number of art galleries, breathtaking architecture and rich cultural background. It is consistently rated as one of the world's most livable cities, and in 2006 was named a UNESCO City of Design.

Montreal's shopping scene is diverse and suitable for every taste, budget and need. Quebec's top designers such as Denis Gagnon and Philippe Dubuc are recognised for trend-setting looks and haute couture inspirations. 

Travelling with Style

Loews Hotel Vogue is a luxury hotel located in the heart of Montreal. Perfect for both business and leisure travellers, the hotel offers excellent customer service and a truly unique atmosphere that is hard to find anywhere else. To read more about Loews Hotel Vogue, please click here

Located in the heart of Old Montreal, Hotel St Paul is another fashionable place to stay. Award wining design, elegant atmosphere, fabulous location - Hotel St Paul has it all. Housed in a restored beaux-arts building from 1908, this four star hotel features 120 rooms alternating between two themes: earth and sky. Enjoy your trip!

Palais des congrès

On our way to Bota Bota spa in Old Montreal

Denis Gagnon boutique (170 Saint-Paul Street West)

NUVO Magazine

Great facial at Dermalogica (132 Rue McGill)

Dress to Kill exhibition at the Montreal Eaton Centre

Another beautiful day in Montreal

Comfortable bed at St Paul Hotel

Waking up at St Paul Hotel

Getting ready to explore Montreal

Chocolate :)

Artwork at the Village

Outdoor chess at Place Émilie-Gamelin

French crepes - our favourite Montreal delicacy

Window display at the World Trade Centre Montréal

Window display on Boulevard de Maisonneuve

Street art

Caipi-Saké fraise - a signature cocktail at Boris Bistro (465 Rue McGill)

Street art at the Quartier Latin

Window display on Sainte-Catherine Street

Window display on Sainte-Catherine Street

Philippe Dubuc boutique (417 Saint-Pierre Street)

Window display at La Maison OGILVY (1307 Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest)

Sculpture outisde MMFA

The Sun by Dale Chihuly, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Eva Fydrych outside Bota Bota spa (358 rue de la Commune oust)

Inside Bota Bota

Fashion & Design Festival 2014 (Photos by Eva Fydrych / Fashion Studio Magazine)

*Special thank you to Tourism Montreal, St Paul Hotel, and Loews Hotel Vogue for organising our trip.

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