Luxury Perfumery Debuts Flagship Location at Bayview Village in Toronto

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Niche Essence, a luxury perfume retailer, has opened its flagship boutique and first stand-alone location at Toronto’s Bayview Village.

The brand was founded in 2012 and has shop-in-shop locations in Toronto and Vancouver, with the Bayview Village location being the only one to include the entire lineup of products.

“We are so excited to introduce Niche Essence to Bayview Village in keeping with our brand reputation of offering a true 360 degree glam lifestyle experience,” says Carrie DeVries, Vice President of Leasing, QuadReal Property Group. “Bayview Village is home to one-of-a-kind luxury retailers and Niche Essence has curated a unique, exclusive collection of fragrances that cannot be found anywhere else.”

Bayview Village Mall Map

The store carries over 25 brands of perfume from around the world, including close to 20 exclusive brands, including Amouage from Oman, Dusita from France and puredistance Exclusive brands include Amouage from Oman, Dusita from France, puredistance from the Netherlands and Xerjoff from Italy, with new products regularly added to their collection. Other offerings include lotions, soaps and candles to complement the bath, body and home.

“We believe that Bayview Village is the right location for Niche Essence’s flagship boutique as this shopping centre is a well-known destination for niche and luxury products,” says Kiavash Kashani, President of Niche Essence. “Each perfume is made of the highest-quality ingredients that go deeper than the top notes and the goal is to help the customer find an unforgettable scent—true to their own identity that allows them to be confident in their skin.”

Niche Essence’s flagship is located on the main corridor of Bayview Village, in between Stuart Weitzman and Vivian Shyu.

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Dustin Fuhs
Dustin Fuhs
Dustin Fuhs is the Editor-in-Chief of Retail Insider, Canada's most read retail trade publication. He has over 20 years experience in the retail, marketing, entertainment and hospitality industries. He has worked with Retail Insider since October 2020 in a number of roles, including associate publisher of the Retail Insider magazine. Dustin was named as Editor-in-Chief of Retail Insider in 2022. Dustin was named as a RETHINK Retail Top Retail Expert in 2024.

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