Brief: The Art Shoppe Shuttering After 83 Years, Holt Renfrew Ogilvy Unveils Ground-Level Luxury Boutiques

Holt Renfrew Ogilvy Unveils 3 Ground Floor Luxury Brand Concessions: Montreal’s Holt Renfrew Ogilvy is continuing with its spectacular store overhaul that will be completed next year. Over the past week, three ground-floor luxury brand concessions have opened, including shops for David Yurman, Tiffany & Co. and Bottega Veneta.

The 1,200 square foot David Yurman boutique, double the size of the previous location up the street at the Holt Renfrew on Sherbrooke Street, features collections for men and women. The storefront features a modern wall of rich black concrete, while the interior includes live edge walnut, travertine counters and touches of antique bronze as well as artisan plaster wall features. The millwork is a mix of walnut tambour and antique bronze. The store’s fixtures are made up of 90% repurposed materials, in an effort to increase the brand’s sustainability initiatives. David Yurman will also open a similar boutique at Holt Renfrew on Toronto’s Bloor Street West in a few months, and last year it opened its largest concession in the world at Vancouver’s Holt Renfrew flagship. David Yurman also operates a standalone unit at Toronto’s Yorkdale Shopping Centre.

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