Despite the hardships caused by the pandemic, local business Floh Market — formerly known as Floh Shoppe — is thriving. Floh is one of Montreal's most hyped vintage clothing stores. And it's expanding just in time for the holiday season. \nOn December 1, Floh Market is officially opening the city's biggest ever vintage clothing store. \nA grand-opening event will take place on December 12 and 13. \nEditor's Choice: Montreal's New Korean Street Food Restaurant Has Announced Its Opening Date\n\n\n“\n\n\nWe’re so excited to bring one of Montreal’s largest sustainable retail markets to Saint-Denis! \n\n\nAlex Mondry, Floh Market owner\n\n\n\nTaking up residence on all three floors of a boutique at 4301, rue Saint-Denis, Floh Market will be filled from floor to ceiling with some of the best and most sought-after vintage gear. \nFrom band t-shirts to dad sneakers and everything in-between, 18 vendors including locals like Theos Montreal, Ven Vintage, and La Vegan Baddie will await you at Floh Market. \n View this post on Instagram A post shared by Floh Shoppe (@flohshoppe)\n"This pandemic has shed light on the importance of community and supporting local businesses," said owner and operator Alex Mondry.\n"Thank you so much to our customers for making this possible!"\nFollow Floh Market on social media for all the updates.