Vacheron Constantin opens first Canadian boutique
Maison Vacheron Constantin has expanded its store network to Canada.
The luxury Swiss timepiece Maison opened on Wednesday its first Canadian boutique in Toronto. The store opened at Yorkdale Shopping Centre, Canada’s most productive mall and home to various luxury boutiques such as Saint Laurent, Holt Renfrew and Prada, to name a few
The 700-square-foot store features an overarching black and bronze design with floor-to-ceiling warm oak paneling, two black Murano Venetian crystal chandeliers and walls finished in Venetian plaster.
The new Canadian boutique will carry the manufacture’s entire range of watches, as well as boutique-exclusive models. Shoppers can also find the Ateliers Cabinotiers service, which is a bespoke service that allows clients to customize their timepieces with Vacheron Constantin.
“Our first Canadian store marks an important step in our Maison’s expansion in North America,” said Leslie Kobrin, Vacheron Constantin President of the Americas, in a news statement.
“Our location, strategically situated in Yorkdale, will enhance our client’s understanding of Vacheron Constantin, its heritage, and its commitment to excellence in high watchmaking."
The Vacheron Constantin boutique in Yorkdale Shopping Centre, is located at 3401 Dufferin St, North York, Ontario.
The brand was founded in 1755 in Geneva, Switzerland, and is currently present in over 80 countries around the world, distributed through 63 exclusive boutiques and a network of approximately 300 specialist fine timepiece and jewelry retailers.
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