Harry Rosen Opens Impressive Sherway Flagship [With Photos]

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Upscale Toronto-based multi-brand menswear retailer Harry Rosen has opened an impressive flagship at Toronto’s CF Sherway Gardens. Although the store opened in late September, its Giorgio Armani shop-in-store didn’t open until last week. 
The new store measures about 25,000 square feet and features the retailer’s full flagship offerings, including shops-in-stores and premium services. Designer ‘hard-shops’ include brands Brunello Cucinelli, Giorgio Armani, Canali and Ermenegildo Zegna, as well as soft shops for brands Paul & Shark, John Varvatos, and Munroe Tailoring from Amsterdam – which is a new addition to Harry Rosen. The store also features custom installations for popular jeweller/cufflink brand Tateossian, as well as Eton of Sweden, in the store’s dress furnishings section. 

Other in-store brands include Versace, Belstaff, Polo Ralph Lauren, BOSS, Benson, Parajumpers, and Canada Goose.
Harry Rosen CEO Larry Rosen said: “We’re bringing the best of Bloor Street to Toronto’s west-end with the opening of this new flagship store.”

The store also features one of Harry Rosen’s largest footwear sections, featuring brands such as Prada, Salvatore Ferragamo, To Boot New York, Tod’s, and Hogan. The store also features two private made-to-measure rooms and a fragrance bar featuring top brands such as Tom Ford and Creed

At 25,000 square feet, CF Sherway Gardens’ Harry Rosen is one of the company’s largest. Rosens’ largest locations include its flagships on Bloor Street West in Toronto (over 50,000 square feet), Yorkdale Shopping Centre in Toronto (almost 32,000 square feet), Les Cours Mont-Royal in Montreal (33,000 square feet), The CORE in Calgary (almost 28,000 square feet), and CF Pacific Centre in Vancouver (just under 27,000 square feet+4,000 square feet of storage). Next spring, Harry Rosen will open an 18,000 square foot unit at Mississauga’s Square One.

All photos were supplied by Harry Rosen.  

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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. Not every store can be a flagship, and Harry Rosen, along with many other stores, are really pushing what a flagship really is. You really can only have one flagship store in a city. In this case, it should be Bloor Street.

    In addition, why are two so called flagship stores required, a mere 15 minutes apart from each other?


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