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Hometown Guide: A Top Montreal Curator Takes Us on a Food and Fashion Tour

Hometown Guide: A Top Montreal Curator Takes Us on a Food and Fashion Tour

Hometown Guide: A Top Montreal Curator Takes Us on a Food and Fashion Tour

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Whether she’s talking outfits, dinnerware, or restaurants, curator Azamit is blunt in the very best way. Her short, passionate, spot-on recommendations reflect her years as an editor at Elle Canada and Elle Quebec and, now, as the founder of Souk@Sat, a five-day event that brings together some of the city’s best (and lesser-known) designers under one roof. Once a year, Azamit and her team curate a shoppable selection that includes everything from fine art prints by Anml and Esser candles to LLY jewelry and tableware by Ceramik B.

If you’re in town for Souk@Sat, absolutely don’t miss it; if you’re not, Azamit’s long list of Montreal highlights will take you to the chicest corners of the city: Michel Brisson (“The best men’s store in Montreal—both locations”); Denis Gagnon (“Best womenswear designer in town”); Les Étoffes (“Minimalist, timeless pieces”). Azamit says that the Montreal Street Murals are prettiest in the fall, that Big in Japan is brilliant for drinks, and that the best bagels really are at Fairmount.

Portrait courtesy of Atelier Vingt Quatre

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