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Montreal Is Opening A "High End" Boutique For Kids

A posh place for parents to shop for their children.

Veronique Saine has a lot to celebrate - with her boutique "Billie's 10 year anniversary, AND the grand opening of her new venture, "Billie le Kid" - a high end boutique for children aged 0-12 years old located on Laurier street in Montreal's Outremont.

"Billie le Kid" is a multi-brand children's boutique targeted for the neighbourhood. Ever since Boutique "Enfants Deslongchamps" closed down, mothers from around this area have been dying for a new place to open.

"That's why we decided to open "Billie le Kid" Veronique tells me.

She merged with business partner Ariane Noiseux-Lescop using the same name as the parent brand, "Billie" to form "Billie le Kid"located on the Corner of Hutchinson right across the street from the original women's boutique.

photo cred - Billie le Kid

The boutique was designed by La Chambre Design, founded by the talented Designer Amlyne Phillips. 

The concept behind Billie Kids is a "general" one-stop shop for kids aged 0-12 years old. Not only is there a variety of brands (casual and haute-couture), but there will also be selection of shoes, toys, birthday gifts, baptism outfits, and even a candy section.

Some of the brands featured for the Shoes will include: Vans, Stan Smith, New Balance, Adidas, Marc Jacobs, Chloe and manny more.

Brands to keep an eye out for at Billie Kid's:

Electrik Kidz, Lili Gaufrette, Carrément Beau,  Mini Me, Chloé, Marc Jacobs, Les Belles Combines, Adidas, Uggs, New Balance, Petit Bateau, Fjallraven, Whistle and Flutes, K-way, Catimini, Milkbarn, Billieblush, and many more.

Billy Kid will officially open its doors to the public on Friday February 5th at 10 a.m. 

Come check out the CUTEST fashion store for the minis.

Located at 1001 Laurier St.O

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