Get us in your inbox

Puces POP
Photograph: Stacey Lee

POP Montreal launches their local Puces POP gift guide today with over 50 vendors

One of Montreal's best platforms for the promotion of local artisans, makers and their businesses went live today.

JP Karwacki
Written by
JP Karwacki

POP Montreal's craft and artisan marketplace for local businesses Puces POP is—and who isn't these days—adapting to the pandemic by launching a new online catalogue that contains more than 50 vendors selling everything for the holidays, from accessories, kids' prodcuts and jewelry to cermaics, art, food, houseware, body care and clothing.

Far from the limited-time-only Christmas markets that are popping up all over the city (with the exception of the year-long setup that SOUK Habitat has on the 20th floor of Place Ville Marie), Puces POP's holiday catalogue will be running from today, December 4, until March 1, 2021.

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Puces POP (@pucespop)

Normally, the Puces POP fair happens four times every year, bringing together over 100 vendors and 10,000 visitors. While this edition is looking different, it's more enough excuse to shop and support local businesses instead of paying Jeff Bezos' mortgage. Each of the businesses featured in the catalogue are capable of doing delivery, so what do you have to lose?

Here's a full list of who you can find in the catalogue:

Accessory: RippleSplash Studio, Miss Cocotte, Minuit Metal, Misskikooz, bom design, Veinage

Jewelry: Najeli Jewelry, JazzDesigner, Bijoux Sandrine Devost, Sophie Linh Tran, Lost and Faune, Claudine Moncion Joaillière, La Manufacture, Nisnipawset Beadwork, Lidia, Créations MLM, MÉLA, ZohrehKHJewelry

Ceramics: Cecilia Mejia Design, Studio îlot, Luloba Céramique // Babies and Kids: O'lou, KIOU KIOUT, Foehn Kids, Magazine Grilled cheese

Arts & Prints: Pachyderme Design, Annick Gaudreault Illustration,, Club Pastel, Charles-Étienne BrochuLes Microcosmes, Hobeika Art, Veni Etiam Photographie, Lily au bois dormant, LILI GRAFFITI, Raymond Biesinger Illustration, Robin Clugston Illustration, SISMERT, La Fabrique Sofeel

Food: 94 celcius, Chocolats chauds SÜK, Tourchi Tina, La pincée, Les Mains sucrées, Les Charlatans, SINAI GOURMET, Ivoire Cabosse Cacao, Kits U MAIN, bepOp popcorn, bar a beurre

Housewares: Tilor Atelier, LÜKKY, Mile-End Soap & Candle Supply, Art Andina, Laucolo, la fabrik éco, FOS CANDLES, Saulice

Bodycare: Bless soins corporels naturels, 1001 Bulles, Tonic, LePrince Barbu, Les Produits Agricol Inc, Forward Thinking Natural Skin Care, Les Petits Capricieux, Wyzah MuskSoap, LB2 Studio

Clothing: Sedna Couture, The Lost Attic, BATIK BOUTIK, Good Chill Mtl , Arnopeople, Meemoza Mode Consciente, SWENN, LB2 Studio, Atelier LaPasse, La Pimbêche, Beurd, Supayana

There's a huge amount of to choose from, and it's harkening back to those days when you'd be flipping through a physical catalogue to pick out things that pique your interest—you know, paper? That thing you (or maybe your parents) would receive in the mail and read during the holidays?

The latest from Time Out Montréal

- Get a free box of French macarons tomorrow if you swear loyalty to Maison Christian Faure

- I tried Kraft Dinner's pumpkin spice mac and cheese and prayed for death

- Families and friends are no longer permitted to gather for Christmas: Legault

- 33 notable Montreal restaurants and bars that have permanently closed

- Montreal's oldest restaurant Auberge Saint-Gabriel is hosting a Christmas market all weekend long

More on Love Local

    You may also like
    You may also like