Beauty retailer Sephora has expanded further into the Canadian market over the weekend with the opening of two storefronts in Surrey near Vancouver and Orleans near Ottawa.
A 4,900 square foot storefront opened at the Trinity Crossing near Ottawa, marking the retailer’s 36th location in Ontario. The new Sephora at Grandview Corners in Surrey brings Sephora’s store count to 86 across Canada.
“We’re excited to be making our unique in-store experience even more accessible to Canadians across the country with the opening of two new Sephora Canada stores in Surrey, British Columbia and Orleans, Ontario on November 5th, rounding off eight Sephora Canada store openings in 2021,” shared Scott Kerby, VP Stores & Client Services, Sephora Canada.
“With an amazing assortment of makeup, skincare, haircare and fragrances at every price point, we’ve truly got something for everyone and our Beauty Advisors are true experts in helping clients find the perfect products to suit their needs. We can’t wait for the local communities of Surrey and Orleans to discover all that we have in store, just in time for the holiday season!”
Sephora Canada will be expanding significantly over the next two-to-three years, with an additional 50 stores opening across the country during that time period. This includes a 4,500 square foot location at Toronto’s Union Station, which Retail Insider announced back in September.
“We are thrilled to be expanding our presence in Toronto with the planned opening of a new Sephora store at Union Station,” said Gregory Bruyer, General Manager of Sephora Canada in a statement to Retail Insider. “Our national expansion strategy focuses on bringing our unique in-store experience to more Canadians while delivering ease and convenience to our clients, with new ways to shop Sephora continuously rolling out. We can’t wait for the local community and commuters alike to discover all that we have in store for them at this new location.”
Retail Insider will be following up with additional details on Sephora’s Canadian expansion as plans become available.
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