Fashion Metropolis: A Vogue Designer’s Information to Montréal – Christie’s International Real Estate

For effective eating, she reserves a desk at Toqué! to savor chef Normand Laprise’s celebrated French delicacies. When she looks like Japanese meals, Saint Pierre heads to Mikado, a neighborhood establishment. “Sitting at the bar is super fun. I appreciate the kitchen’s attention to detail. Their sushi and sashimi is meticulously constructed, like a work of art. Even the tableware is handmade.”Saint Pierre is a champagne fanatic who likes a glass of Huré Frères at Le Serpent in Old Montréal. “I’ll sip a glass of Veuve Clicquot or Laurent-Perrier La Cuvée, but I also like to champion the smaller champagne producers, too,” she smiles.  

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Glory within the Golden Square Mile
As properly as her 12,000-square-foot atelier within the Chabanel district, Saint Pierre has a stand-alone boutique within the Golden Square Mile downtown neighborhood, so she is aware of the most effective haunts within the metropolis middle.

The Liliane and David M. Stewart Pavilion within the Montréal Museum of Fine Arts is devoted to ornamental artwork and showcases over 900 objects, together with furnishings, glass, silver, textiles, ceramics, and industrial design. Photograph: Liliane and David M. Stewart Pavilion, degree 1. The Montréal Museum of Fine Arts. Photo: Marc Cramer.

“I like to people-watch at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, and shoe shop at Holt Renfrew and Browns,” she notes. “The Montréal Museum of Fine Arts—or the Musée des Beaux-Arts—is just around the corner from my boutique, and it never fails to present out-of-the-box exhibitions. It takes fashion seriously and paid homage to Jean Paul Gaultier by mounting a large-scale show in 2011 that toured the world.”

From her boutique, Saint Pierre enjoys recognizing native up-and-coming design expertise: “I’m very excited about the jewelry made by LLY Atelier,” says Saint Pierre. “They use precious metals in a modern, sculptural way. It’s raw and new.”

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This light-filled three-bedroom apartment within the prestigious ORO growth has stunning hardwood flooring all through, quartz counter tops within the open-plan kitchen, and is conveniently positioned within the coronary heart of town.

Saint Pierre can also be a champion of Lambert et Fils, a high-end lighting design studio in Montréal. “Their lamps are so poetic—totally unique,” she says. “I like that they’re entirely conceived, manufactured, and assembled in town.”

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Designer downtime
When she’s able to unwind after her fall assortment, Saint Pierre heads to Spa Strøm on Nuns’ Island or Bota Bota within the Old Port. “Bota Bota is on the water, quite literally, so it’s a unique experience,” says Saint Pierre. “Their Nordic baths have special views of the Saint Lawrence Seaway and Old Montréal.”



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