Harry Rosen Renovates Oakridge Centre Store

  Harry Rosen occupies almost 8,500 sq ft, plus an additional 2,000 sq ft for its Hugo Boss shop-in-store.  Click image  for full Oakridge Centre lease plan. 

Harry Rosen occupies almost 8,500 sq ft, plus an additional 2,000 sq ft for its Hugo Boss shop-in-store. Click image for full Oakridge Centre lease plan. 

Upscale menswear retailer Harry Rosen has completed renovations at its Oakridge Shopping Centre location in Vancouver. The store features an updated interior, new brands, and an expanded footwear department. Vancouver is such a strong market for Harry Rosen, in fact, that the retailer may open a third location. 

The newly renovated Oakridge Centre store features a new made-to-measure area, as well as a generous enlargement of its dress furnishings space.  A newly expanded footwear department was also created, featuring several new designers. Paul Smith, Versace and Cole Haan's 'Lunar Grand' footwear (exlusive to Harry Rosen in Canada) sit alongside luxury footwear brands such as Salvatore Ferragamo, Prada, Moncler, Dolce & Gabbana and Tod's, among others. 

The store carries an expanded assortment of top luxury brands, including Canali, Corneliani, Dolce & Gabbana, Duchamp, John Varvatos, Polo Ralph Lauren, Ermenegildo Zegna, Eton, Armani Collezioni, and Hugo Boss, among others. It also features two new brands exclusive to Harry Rosen, including Harris Warf and Maurizio Baldassari

“We set out to build the best shopping experiences for men,” says Larry Rosen, CEO and Chairman of Harry Rosen. “Everything was designed with the delivery of our legendary customer service in mind.”

Larry Rosen recently told the Vancouver Sun that the retailer could open a third Vancouver-area location. Although a location has yet to be determined, we speculate that if one does open, it will be either at Park Royal in West Vancouver or at Richmond Centre, or possibly even at Metropolis at Metrotown. The first two malls are undergoing substantial renovations, and all three are seeing the addition of various new upscale retailers. 

* All photos are courtesy of Harry Rosen Inc. 

Today's Retail News From Around The Web: October 21, 2014