International fashion brand Michael Kors will be returning to CF Pacific Centre in downtown Vancouver, B.C. after leaving the shopping centre in 2020.
The multi-platform retailer, owned by parent company Capri Holdings Ltd who also owns Versace and Jimmy Choo, will be bringing women’s wear, menswear, handbags, footwear and other luxury goods back to the shopping centre in summer 2023.
The new location will be located on the lower level spanning 2,535 square feet being situated between Ted Baker London (2,974 square feet) and a vacant space (2,539 square feet) before the new Coach boutique (2,308 square feet). Michael Kors occupied a 2,797 square foot space on the upper level up until 2021 when it was replaced by US-based electric car brand Lucid Motors.
The downtown Vancouver location will join four other Michael Kors locations located in the lower mainland. The other locations in B.C. are located at:
- Michael Kors Outlet at McArthurGlen (McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Vancouver, Richmond)
- Michael Kors Richmond (CF Richmond Centre, Richmond)
- Michael Kors Metropolis (Metropolis at Metrotown, Burnaby)
- Michael Kors Outlet at Tsawwassen Mills (Tsawwassen Mills, Tsawwassen)