1440, rue Peel, Montreal, QC, H3A 1S8
The hottest trends and latest styles in men and women’s fashions can be found at Canada’s first Sixty boutique located in Montreal.
|Store Type |||Accessories, Men's Clothing, Shoes, Women's Clothing|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Getting There |||Peel Metro|
|Mon. to Wed. 10AM to 6PM; Thurs. to Fri. 10AM to 9PM; Sat. 10AM to 6PM; Sun. 12PM to 5PM|
Profile Last Updated: October 08, 2008
Italian company Sixty is known around the world for its trendy brands, each with its own unique style. Although the Sixty company’s brands are available in many fashionable boutiques, Montreal is home to the first Sixty boutique in Canada.
Cutting Edge Fashion
The Sixty boutique carries the hottest trends and latest styles in men’s and women’s fashions. Men have the choice of either Energie or Sixty labels while women have a range of Miss Sixty and Killah clothing. In winter, the Miss Sixty boutique carries the RefrigiWear line, popular among fashionistas and tourists. The clothing design is primarily trendy urban wear. Clothes and accessories are colorful and funky. The Sixty boutique has everything from jackets, shirts, and blazers to skirts and pants. The boutique even carries footwear, belts, and handbags to complete any new outfit. Sixty jeans are one of the most popular items.
Retro Inspired Décor
The Montreal Sixty emporium is comprised of three floors of fashion and accessories; each floor having its own distinct style and look. The ground floor is menswear with walls painted a tan colour. The first and second floors hold women’s wear and are coloured lime green and orange respectively. The boutique is easily recognizable by its silver exterior and large glass windows. The retro-cum-futuristic look begins with the window displays where clothes are displayed in transparent balls suspended from the ceilings. The retro décor is rounded out by the shaggy rugs, curvy leather chairs, and white chunky shelves and display boxes. The boutique is also equipped with a glass elevator.