UK-based luxury brand Burberry is renovating its storefront at Toronto’s Yorkdale Shopping Centre. The Burberry store is expanding its footprint and has a temporary location in the CONCEPT space at Yorkdale that has held numerous pop-ups since 2017.
Burberry was one of the first luxury brands to open in Yorkdale’s original ‘luxury wing’ that extends northward from the main entrance of Holt Renfrew. The Burberry store will see a refresh after seeing tens of millions of dollars in annual sales prior to the pandemic. The store is located between Tory Burch and a new Alexander McQueen storefront that will open later this year.
Burberry is temporarily housed in Yorkdale’s CONCEPT space and after Burberry moves back into its former space, there’s a possibility that CONCEPT could be converted to a Burberry children’s store according to a source familiar with the situation. At the moment, the temporary Burberry store features a unique forest-like facade and branding that is eye-catching.
Burberry also operates standalone stores in Vancouver, Calgary and in downtown Toronto, as well as concessions in Holt Renfrew stores and stock at Saks Fifth Avenue and Nordstrom in Canada.