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Harry Rosen

Harry Rosen Launches Industry-First Men’s Grooming Amid Strategy Shift: Interview with Ian Rosen

The luxury menswear retailer expanded into the new category as 40% of Canadian men grew facial hair since the pandemic with about half planning to keep it.

Harry Rosen Sees Ecommerce Explosion Amid Pandemic: Ian Rosen Interview

The retailer's online storefront is now even larger than the top flagship store after tripling over the course of a year.

Harry Rosen and Masai Ujiri Collaboration Provides Message of HUMANITY

Canada’s leading purveyor of menswear transcends its retail offering with a collection promoting equality and inclusivity.

Harry Rosen’s Youthful Perspective and Innovation Push In 2021: Interview with CEO Larry Rosen

Despite recent turbulence within the industry, the iconic Canadian menswear retailer continues to forge ahead with creativity and style.

DX3 Pulse 2020: Virtual Event October 21

DX3 Conference is hosting the DX3 Pulse event on Wednesday, October 21. Retail Insider readers are invited to attend.

Harry Rosen Launches New Brand Platform and Digital Transformation

With a focus on the customer, the luxury menswear retailer has developed an enhanced digital experience, modernizing the brand to appeal to a wider audience.

Brief: Canadian Retailers Step Up to Support PPE Supply

Several companies in Canada are supporting the supply of personal protective equipment (PPE) at a critical time when health and other front-line workers are at risk of infection.

Retailers in Canada Step-Up to Help Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Across the country, retail brands are shifting gears from making face masks to donating mattresses for hospital employees.

Mass Store Closures in Canada Escalate Significantly Amid COVID-19 Pandemic [Update]

A sudden collapse of retail in Canada has some shaming retailers that remain open while malls operate at reduced hours.

CEO Larry Rosen Discusses the Future of Harry Rosen Retail Chain [Interview]

Mr. Rosen, who recently joined his father in receiving the Order of Canada, discusses how a shift in consumer preferences has led to re-thinking the brick-and-mortar retail model.
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