Established in 2006 at the heart of Montréal’s chic Laurier Avenue West is the very first ça va de soi boutique. The slim butterscotch-toned store, reminiscent of a sleek case, was designed by architect Philippe Hazan. Lining the walls are neat cubbies, each one housing the coveted knits for which we are known. And like our products, the space is built from quality, natural and timeless materials. Craftsmanship is performed with painstaking respect for materials and a commitment to sustainable beauty. Behind the refined simplicity and elegance and attention to each detail is a celebrated tradition created by a Montreal family business.
1062 rue Laurier Ouest Montréal (Québec) H2V 2K8
+ 1 514 278 6016
The portion of Greene Avenue that lies tucked between Sherbrooke St. and Sainte-Catherine St. West, however succinct it may be, has such rare charm that Montrealers can be forgiven for feeling like visitors to their own town. In this streetscape of renowned art galleries, antique stores, and micro-shops, ça va de soi makes a natural, seamless fit, the perfect painting to fill the bare wall. On October 2015, a new ça va de soi boutique — the sixth — opened its doors at 1361 Greene Avenue. Designed by architect Philip Hazan, the white oak, marble and brass showcase is the elegant and understated embodiment of the brand’s 25 years of experience.
This 1500 sq ft. space, stacked with cases of the finest cashmere, the most beautiful Mako Egyptian cotton and a rare selection of merino wools, also houses a very unusual laundry counter. As of January, it will offer a like-new service for your sweaters, wraps and other favourite layers, and a coffee counter to fill the air with aromas and make the space even more welcoming.
1361 Avenue Greene, Westmount (Québec) H3Z 2A5
+ 1 438 386 6833
Housed in a heritage building on Sussex Drive, the ça va de soi storefront is set in the heart of embassy headquarters, a hop, skip and a jump from the National Gallery of Canada, Notre Dame Cathedral Basilica and the vibrant ByWard Market. In this straight-line vernacular architecture dating back to 1850, directly overlooking this esplanade where an actual house façade is hung on one of the limestone walls (Tin House Court), are arranged the most beautiful cottons, wools and cashmeres in the house.
519, Sussex Drive, Ottawa (Ontario) K1N 6Z6
+ 1 613 789 2828
Nestled at the heart of the quaint rue Saint-Jean, corner côte du Palais, a stone's throw from Quebec City's Old Port, the boutique in Quebec's capital city features a space very similar to that of the flagship store, located on Laurier Avenue in Montreal. Intimate and welcoming, the shop is dressed up in warm wood cabinets arranged above an intriguing, intertwined configuration. Reproduces here is the very distinctive European shopping experience.
1154 Rue St-Jean, Québec (Québec) G1R 1S4
+ 1 418 692 0077
In the quadrangle encased by the streets of Yorkville and Cumberland, Bay Street and Queen’s Park emerges the very unique charm of Old York Lane. On this very Parisian micro-artery walkway is the most recent location of ça va de soi. Nothing short of a luminous, inviting - almost silky – cocoon.
138, Cumberland Street, Unit 5, Old York Lane, Toronto (Ontario) M5R 1A6
+ 1 416 929 5353