Heading into 2015, there’s plenty of brands looking to make it their year — and just like every other year, many are straight out of Montreal. These 5 Montreal brands to watch out for all cut through the noise of the fashion market with their individualism and refusal to conform. They stand out because they bleed attitude and represent a city that’s got tons of it.

Be on the forefront of fashion in 2015 and wear your city. Check out these 5 Montreal brands to watch out for in 2015:

[tps_title]All In Eyewear[/tps_title]

Started in Montreal in 2011, All in Eyewear is art that you wear. This young Montreal company is going to blow up in 2015 with the expected release of 5 new lines of eyewear. They take pride in their superior branding, which makes them standout players in a saturated game.

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[tps_title]New Regime [/tps_title]

This Montreal streetwear brand is edgy and stylish. Founded in 2009, New Regime‘s collections feature more than a logo — they tell a story. Each line has a history and is all about expression. The creative process behind New Regime’s products embraces Montreal’s eclectic diversity. Everything is made with grit and a passion for Montreal.

New Regime

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[tps_title]Dime [/tps_title]

Dime is a seriously cool skateboard brand out of Montreal that doesn’t take itself too seriously. They’re a brand that looks good whether you skate or not. This is street wear at its purest.

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[tps_title]Bon Vivant[/tps_title]

This clothing house out of the Plateau makes high-quality urban wear for Montrealers, by Montrealers. Bon Vivant imports high-quality Japanese fabrics and makes their clothes right here in the city. Their simple designs are functional and stylish.  This is distinctly Montreal urban style.

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[tps_title]Superfluous[/tps_title]

With 80% of their products made 10 kilometers away from their atelier on rue du Centre, Superfluous Atelier can only be described as a fashion culture.  Comfort, smart and functional design along with ethical manufacturing and distribution best describes this cool Montreal brand.

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