Canada Goose Announces Standalone Calgary Flagship

Retail industry news delivered directly to you. Subscribe to Retail-Insider.

Popular fashion brand Canada Goose will open three new stores this fall including the brand’s second location in the country at CF Chinook Centre in Calgary.

The company will also open stores in Boston and Tokyo.

“I’m so excited to open our doors and welcome our first customers here in Calgary, a city that’s no stranger to unpredictable weather. This store will be the best place for people to find the perfect Canada Goose product in an environment that tells our story, unfiltered,” said Dani Reiss, president and chief executive officer of Canada Goose, in a written statement to Retail Insider. He was not available for further comment.

The company said the Calgary store will be located in one of the city’s most prominent neighbourhoods and is home to some of the world’s best consumer and luxury brands.

While unconfirmed, sources say that Canada Goose will move into the 3,984 square foot retail space recently vacated by American women’s fashion retailer BCBG

Canada Goose, one of the world’s leading makers of performance luxury apparel, was established in a small warehouse in Toronto in 1957.

The company today employs more than 2,000 people worldwide.

Canada Goose opens its doors in the city it calls home (CNW Group/Canada Goose)

In fall 2016, Canada Goose opened the company’s first two flagship stores in Toronto, at Yorkdale Shopping Centre (4,500 square feet) and in New York City’s Soho area. Previously announced additional stores in London, U.K. (Regent Street), and Chicago (800 N. Michigan Avenue) will also open in fall 2017.

On Thursday, Canada Goose announced its fiscal 2018 first quarter results for the period ended June 30, 2017 Total revenue increased $12.5 million to $28.2 million driven by growth in direct-to-consumer channel and accelerated timing of wholesale shipments; gross margin expanded to 46.9 per cent from 29.7 per cent in the prior year; net loss was $12.1 million, or $0.11 loss per share, and adjusted net loss was $13.2 million, or $0.13 loss per share.

In a news release announcing the new store openings in the fall, Reiss said the company is excited to extend its footprint in North America “where we know our brand’s proud Canadian heritage and unparalleled product innovation and design resonates with locals and tourists alike.”

“Having a flagship store in Tokyo is particularly exciting as Japan continues to be one of our strongest growing markets and we can now better answer the call of our Asian customers by giving them an opportunity to engage with our brand, unfiltered,” said Reiss. 

Operated by the company’s distribution partner, the new Canada Goose 3,100-square-foot flagship store in Tokyo will be located in the Sendagaya neighborhood, recognized as one of the high-end fashion centres of Japan. In Boston, the Canada Goose store will be located in the Prudential Center, one of New England’s top shopping destinations, boasting more than 75 specialty stores. 

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.

More From The Author

Vancouver’s Luxury Zone Expanding Along 1100 Block of Alberni Street with...

The two luxury brands join Rolex and Burberry on the luxury zone that continues to stretch westward. 

Canadian Company Develops COVID-Killing Technology, Targets Retailers and Shopping Centres

Calgary-based Air Sniper keeps consumers and employees safe, costing only dollars per day. 



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

Latest Stories

Follow us


all-time Popular