Sarah Pacini to open stores across Canada

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Upscale Belgian fashion label Sarah Pacini is set to expand across Canada. The company confirms that it will open store locations in suburban Toronto and Montreal. A Vancouver location is also being negotiated and according to a source, stores in other Canadian cities could follow. 

The Sarah Pacini brand has been in existence for over 20 years and it sells women’s knitwear, ready-to-wear and accessories to a female target market aged 28-55. Products are manufactured in Italy. It currently has two Canadian stores, both in Montreal: at Les Cours Mont Royal in downtown Montreal, and 1061 Avenue Laurier Ouest in Outremont. 

The new Sarah Pacini store locations will be at Toronto’s Bayview Village shopping centre and at Le Carrefour Laval in suburban Montreal. We’re not yet sure of the Vancouver store location currently under negotiation. 

Sarah Pacini stores are generally 1,350-1,750 square feet in size. Store interiors include a mixture of stone, wood, metal and concrete. 

INTERIOR OF THE SARAH PACINI STORE IN BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA. PHOTO: SARAH PACINI

Beverly Hills, California, and in New York City are the only two American cities that have Sarah Pacini stores.  

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Craig Patterson
Craig Patterson
Located in Toronto, Craig is the Publisher & CEO of Retail Insider Media Ltd. He is also a retail analyst and consultant, Advisor at the University of Alberta School Centre for Cities and Communities in Edmonton, former lawyer and a public speaker. He has studied the Canadian retail landscape for over 25 years and he holds Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws Degrees.

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  1. Make sure that you don’t pick up the wrong size, as there are no exchanges on sale items, even for a size exchange.

    Poor business model for North America.

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