JACK & JONES Opens Impressive Flagship at Vancouver’s Pacific Centre [With Photos]

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Popular European casual menswear brand JACK & JONES has opened a flagship location in Vancouver’s CF Pacific Centre. It is the fourth location in the Lower Mainland for the retailer, and its first in downtown Vancouver. 

The new store is located on the mall’s lower level adjacent to the recently opened expansion below Nordstrom. Prior to JACK & JONES, a Sony Store occupied the 2,521 square foot space. The location is strategic, being adjacent to CF Pacific Centre’s Canada Line Skytrain entrance, as per the mall map below. 

The CF Pacific Centre JACK & JONES flagship features the brand’s five sub-brands: JACK & JONES VINTAGE CLOTHING, PREMIUM by JACK & JONES, ORIGINALS by JACK & JONES, CORE by JACK & JONES and JACK & JONES TECH. All lines reflect current trends and are designed by independent design teams, featuring a full range of clothing, accessories and footwear. 

The location also sells some styles that are exclusive to JACK & JONES flagships such as those at CF Carrefour Laval in suburban Montreal, as well as at West Edmonton Mall

The store’s interiors feature grey stone flooring, rugged wood trim, and overhead lights that contrast with the store’s dark ceilings. The overall feel is subdued and masculine, with each of the JACK & JONES lines featured in their own dedicated sections. 

JACK & JONES’ other Lower Mainland locations include CF Richmond Centre in Richmond, Metropolis at Metrotown in Burnaby, and Guildford Town Centre in Surrey.

Founded in 1990 by family-owned Danish multi-brand company BESTSELLER, JACK & JONES is one of Europe’s leading menswear producers. It has more than one thousand stores in 38 countries, and JACK & JONES clothes are sold by thousands of wholesale partners all over the world.

Article Author

Craig Patterson
Located in Toronto, Craig is the Editor-in-Chief of Retail Insider and President/CEO of Retail Insider Media Ltd. He is also a retail analyst and consultant, Director of Applied Research at the University of Alberta School of Retailing in Edmonton, and consultant to the Retail Council of Canada. 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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