The Philip Glass of shopping experiences
Simply walking into Finn Boutique feels like a luxury that you might feel compelled the pay for. The boutique boasts a gorgeously minimalist interior: white-washed wooden floors, white walls featuring exposed brick, a wood-burning stove and a post-modern chandelier that sprouts glass wings. Our eyes were immediately drawn to the Argentinean cowhide rug on the floor. The sparse yet gorgeous clothing on the racks matches the vibe of the boutique’s décor. With its stark minimalism and beauty, Finn Boutique feels like the Philip Glass of shopping experiences.
Owner Amalie Bruun named her boutique after her Scandinavian heritage and the store could very well pass for an ultra-chic ski lodge tucked away somewhere near Halti mountain. Bruun’s clothing selections are from all over the globe, however, and include Montreal label Duy, as well as offerings from Mercy, Flawnt, Camilla & Marc, Voom, Tocca, Heartfelt and more. Finn’s wares are consistently beautifully-made and visually stunning; well-heeled urban fashionistas take note! High-end house wares and glimmering tchochkis complete the luxurious experience.