Fortnight Lingerie opens first boutique
Canadian brand Fortnight Lingerie has opened its first retail space after nine years of business in its hometown of Toronto.
The new 347-square-foot boutique opened in December with a bright and airy space complete with vintage décor in Toronto’s Trinity Bellwoods neighbourhood on Queen West.
“The “retail is dead” narrative was not important to the Fortnight team when they opened their doors in Toronto,” the company said in a news statement.
Instead, founder Christina Remenyi opened the store to not only showcase her line, but also to have a space where she could connect with customers in person and help them find the perfect fit.
In store, shoppers can expect to find Fortnight’s size-inclusive line of undergarments including bras in cup sizes ranging from A to G and band sizes from 30 to 40, as well as sleepwear, swimwear and activewear, which the brand has recently expanded into.
Currently, the line is also available via its online store as well as in over 80 specialty boutiques across North America including major retailers such as Simons, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdales, Anthropolgie and Nordstrom.
Launched in 2010, size diversity, craftsmanship and fit education have always been at the brand’s core. The entire collection is manufactured in Toronto at its Parkdale Village studio.
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