Montreal’s Main has a new retail player on its strip and it feels like a little something borrowed from the Champs-Elysees.
Petite Garçonne (3650 Saint-Laurent) is the fourth store that sits under Castle Ho’s (first was Razberry, then Boutique 1861, both on Ste. Catherine Street; then a second location for 1861 on St. Laurent) and she wanted to truly transport her shoppers to another world. Petite Garçonne prides itself on a curated women’s collection of trendsetting, masculine-inspired international brands such as Ted Baker, House of Harlow, Soaked in Luxury and many more for that special young professional female that loves casual elegance and embodies a sophisticated style.
The creative vision and renovations were all done in-house by Castle Ho’s fiancé Simon Touzin, from the gruelling renovations, to putting up drywall, refinishing the floors and the intricate design details of restoring antique furniture items for store décor and display. Not to mention, the aestheticism from all the subtle details will make you feel as if you are standing in front of works of art.
Simply put, Petite Garçonne delivers redefined feminine elegance at every angle; you must see it to experience it.
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