A dynamic entrepreneur, William Gingras founded Arthur Majordome three years ago to focus on meeting the needs of highly engaged professionals. He offers his clientele unique concierge services and exciting, personalized activities to provide them with extraordinary life experiences.
You may have already noticed the Point G shop on Mont-Royal Avenue. In fact, you likely have, because it is hard to miss! With its fuchsia storefront and eye-catching name, this attractive little store definitely awakens a desire to find out what is inside. Point G is the creation of Julien Reignier, who wanted to realize his dream of perfecting the art of the French macaron, one of the most difficult desserts to master. Looking for his destiny, as well as a catchy business name, he founded Point G in 2008, right in the heart of the Plateau Mont-Royal.
Roche Bobois
Molteni
What do Yves Saint Laurent, Karl Lagerfeld, and Montréal’s Marie-Ève Lecavalier have in common? All three have been finalists for the International Woolmark Prize. Both Lagerfeld and Saint Laurent won in 1954—the former in the Coat category and the latter in the Dress category. Lecavalier is the first Canadian designer to be named a finalist.
A chance encounter between a savvy owner, a bold architect, and an imaginative interior designer. The result: a country home overlooking the Brome Lake that has become a focal point for creativity. A beguiling transformation.
On March 16, the Milos restaurant in Las Vegas reopened in its brand-new location at The Venetian Resort. The coming months will see other openings in Los Angeles and Dubai. Milos will then boast eleven properties around the world in Montréal, New York, London, Athens, Miami, Los Cabos, Dubai, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles. However, as the saying goes, to find out where you are going, you have to see where you have been, so here is the story of one of the world’s most famous Greek restaurants. Once upon a time, on Parc Avenue...
On June 3, 2019, Vogue Magazine featured an article about Thierry-Maxime Loriot, a brilliant curator from the world of fashion, who was born in Quebec City in 1976. In it, journalist Suzy Menkes calls him "Canada's Museum Magician," praising his exhibition on the work of Jean Paul Gauthier, which was seen by over 2 million people. If I mention all this, it is so you can appreciate the importance of the man I am interviewing via Zoom.
Tremblant Living
RE/MAX
Few brands can match the history, renown, and prestige of Sotheby's. In 1976, the company began a new chapter when it made a landmark move into the world of real estate. Today, it is the global leader.
A Quebec city native, Luc St-Cyr grew up in a family involved in selling, manufacturing, and designing furniture. In 1981, he began a successful career as an interior designer and sales consultant at La Galerie du Meuble, eventually taking on several management positions before becoming president of the company in 2012.
Jean-Louis Emond plays with fire, creating shapes from a single spark as he explores one of art's most tactile forms.
Rosé champagne symbolizes special occasions, luxury, summer weather, freshness, and, of course, fine dining and pleasure. The complex bubbles of today's assemblages are the result of a flourishing legacy dating back to the 18th century. A short history is in order.
Avant-Scene
Bosquet
Tofino is not a place you just happen upon. In fact, this town on Vancouver Island calls itself the "Pacific terminus of the Trans-Canada highway." A former hippie hangout, Tofino now attracts surfers as well as affluent travellers looking for beautiful beaches, unique locations, and fine restaurants.
Sailing is an extraordinary, multifaceted pastime. It can be very relaxing when the sea or lake is calm, the sun shining, the winds light and the silence all-enveloping. Piloting a keelboat, enjoying a moment of bliss as you admire the crimson sky at twilight. Sailing can also be a thrilling sport when the wind is in the mainsail and genoa, causing the boat to list with the swell, forcing you to focus both your muscles and mind on the electrifying task of controlling the vessel.
Molteni
Avant-Scene