The sometimes controversial brand, launched by the world-renowned actress and businesswoman, has opened in a retail space located in Toronto’s prestigious Bloor-Yorkville.
The two-level store, contained in a stunningly renovated heritage building, boasts some of the edgiest fashions of any store in Canada. With plenty of exclusives, the retailer offers affluent customers products that they may otherwise only find in places such as NYC, London or Paris.
The city’s leading shopping centre saw a significant investment that will see it continue to dominate the market, though it has seen recent store closures.
The Agri-Food Analytics Lab at Dalhousie University just released the results of an exploratory study of societal attitudes in Canada toward single-use plastics, including exploring possible solutions.
A study conducted by Admitad reveals an expansive amount of new information about Canada’s robust and rapidly growing e-commerce market, which may be of concern to brick-and-mortar retailers not optimizing both channels.
The classic automaker has launched its “Smart Lab” retail activation concept in an attempt to breathe new life into the car purchasing experience, and partnered with a local supplier in a unique space contained in a major shopping centre.
Co-founders James Yurichuk and Anthony DeBartolo talk the company’s growth and plans to expand the brand’s wholesale distribution, including an innovative ‘trade-in program’ that has the Wuxly Movement going head-to-head with animal-based brands such as Canada Goose.