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AllSaints Opens 1st Montreal Store [Photos]

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British fashion brand AllSaints opened its fourth Canadian location this week in Montreal. The 2,500 square foot store is located at 2138 rue de la Montagne, south of Holt Renfrew and the Ritz Carlton Hotel, and a block north of Ogilvy

Retail Insider Montreal correspondent Maxime Frechette took photos of the new store, which features exposed brick/stone walls and concrete flooring, contrasting with metal and glass fixtures. Men’s and women’s AllSaints fashions are showcased, as well as a selection of footwear and accessories. The store was designed in-house. 

AllSaints is in the process of opening stores across Canada. The company opened its third Canadian store on February 24 of this year at CF Toronto Eaton Centre, measuring about 1,500 square feet. AllSaints’ first Canadian location opened in April of 2013 at Toronto’s Yorkdale Shopping Centre, measuring 6,600 square feet in the mall’s southwest wing which opened in the fall of 2012. A second Canadian store, measuring 2,237 square feet, opened in June of 2015 at Vancouver’s CF Pacific Centre


Photo:  Maxime Frechette .Photo:  Maxime Frechette .

Photo: Maxime Frechette.


Men's footwear and bags. Photo:  Maxime Frechette .Men's footwear and bags. Photo:  Maxime Frechette .

Men’s footwear and bags. Photo: Maxime Frechette.


Women's handbags. Photo:  Maxime Frechette .Women's handbags. Photo:  Maxime Frechette .

Women’s handbags. Photo: Maxime Frechette.


Women's apparel contrasting with bare concrete floors and brick/stone walls. Photo:  Maxime Frechette .Women's apparel contrasting with bare concrete floors and brick/stone walls. Photo:  Maxime Frechette .

Women’s apparel contrasting with bare concrete floors and brick/stone walls. Photo: Maxime Frechette.


Cash desk, exposed concrete walls, leather/metal furniture. Product not available in the store can be ordered on the screen in the photo, to be shipped the next day. Photo:  Maxime Frechette .Cash desk, exposed concrete walls, leather/metal furniture. Product not available in the store can be ordered on the screen in the photo, to be shipped the next day. Photo:  Maxime Frechette .

Cash desk, exposed concrete walls, leather/metal furniture. Product not available in the store can be ordered on the screen in the photo, to be shipped the next day. Photo: Maxime Frechette.


Men's fashions displayed on industrial metal fixtures. Photo:  Maxime Frechette .Men's fashions displayed on industrial metal fixtures. Photo:  Maxime Frechette .

Men’s fashions displayed on industrial metal fixtures. Photo: Maxime Frechette.

AllSaints was founded in 1994 in Spitalfields, U.K., and the brand has grown to over 70 free-standing retail locations worldwide. It has free-standing U.S. locations in major cities including New York City, Boston, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Miami, Washington, D.C., Santa Monica and Seattle, as well as four outlets. It also operates concessions within many American Bloomingdale’s locations. The brand retails menswear, womenswear, footwear, and accessories. The brand is known for being ‘edgy and directional’ with a muted palette dominated by blacks, browns, whites, and grays. The company’s retail stores feature interiors of exposed brick, weathered wood and metal. 

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: May 5, 2016



Article Author

Craig Patterson
Located in Toronto, Craig is the Editor-in-Chief of Retail Insider and President/CEO of Retail Insider Media Ltd. He is also a retail analyst and consultant, Director of Applied Research at the University of Alberta School of Retailing in Edmonton, and consultant to the Retail Council of Canada. He has studied the Canadian retail landscape for over 25 years and he holds Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws Degrees.

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    • We’re extremely grateful and fortunate to have met Maxime. He has been a tremendous source of information, as well as providing excellent photos. His ability to create maps with graphics is actually better than what we’re able to do, as evidenced in a recent article about H&M expanding its downtown Montreal flagship.

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