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After three great years in Brunswick Square, it was time for a spruce up at Je Suis Prest!

We’ve traveled near and far checking out the coolest spots for décor inspiration.  And after much research and a lot of shopping, we’ve created a space that is comfortable, trendy, cozy and unique to keep in line with the products we sell!  We’ve upgraded the lighting to create a warmer feel, painted the walls, added more décor and gone for an ‘urban rustic’ look on our interior. 
We’ve added a more rustic feel to our exterior as well!  There are wooden beams that frame our store and allowed us to stand out in the mall.  The store features a line that is great for both men and women, so we wanted to make sure men felt comfortable in the store as well!  We’ve also upgraded our logo to better reflect our store.
Je Suis Prest is the Fraser clan motto, featured on our coat of arms with a stag.  We’ve included a silhouette of a deer head on our logo to bring it all together.  We’ve moved away from the boutique chic feel and headed towards a more modern, urban look to keep up with our ever changing city!
Hope you love it as much as we do!


Find Je Suis Prest online at jesuisprest.com
Like Je Suis Prest on Facebook
Follow Je Suis Prest on Twitter @JeSuisPrest
Find Je Suis Prest in person on the 2nd Level of Brunswick Square, 39 King Street

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