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Azamit and her “slow”, local hangouts in Montreal

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A Montrealer for 25 years now, Azamit has always lived in the fashion universe.In her dizzying daily schedule, accompanied by her adorable Italian greyhound Tsuki Chichin , advertising campaigns follow editorials, in prestigious fashion magazines, including ELLE Québec, ELLE Canada and Dress To Kill. She is also the founder of souk @ sat, now one of the industry’s most cutting-edge and popular local markets.  Founded 13 years ago, Souk @ sat is a truly fashion reference with a carefully curated list of local avant-garde Montreal’s creators and designers.

Let’s discover some of her favorite local design hangouts and local fashion artisans.

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Some of Azamit’s favorite local artisans

Clothes

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Tavan & Mitto
Rad Hourani
Denis Gagnon
Travis Taddeo
Pedram Karimi

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Jewelry

Arielle de Pinto
Harakiri
Lalayeah
Gabrielle Desmarais
Arc Jewellery
Lauren Klassen

LaRose Paris

Accessories

LaRose Paris
String Theory
Woolfell
Brethren
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Some of Azamit’s favorite local restaurants

 

Le Falco, a beautiful sunny loft with a delicious Japanese organic breakfast menu.

It’s an friendly place, very down to earth, relaxing and full of life. You can always count on the quality of the menu and its delicious ingredients. This coffee place makes you stay there for hours without seeing the time go by.

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Le Serpent, a beautifully designed restaurant located in a contemporary art gallery

I love wine tasting while nibbling exquisite meals.

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Le Majestique: oysters bar with an eclectic, charming design

It’s an easy going bar with a great list of wines and yummy snacks.

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Excerpt from the interview written by Laure for the blog of Tourism Montreal.

Credits : AzamitUNTTLDLaRose ParisMile EndPatrick Coutu, Denis Dubois.

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