Canada Goose, known for its jackets, parkas, vests and other apparels, is on its way to make its debut in Germany.
The retailer’s maiden flagship store, to open in Berlin, will be its fourth in Europe after London, Milan and Paris. It had to come to Berlin and it has now!
Stating that during the early years, the fashion brand was built in Germany through various trend-setting trade shows, Dani Reiss, President and CEO, Canada Goose, said “We are pleased to return with our first German store.”
The new store opens this autumn on the Kurfürstendamm avenue.
The store, spread over 2 floors, is being already talked about for its perfect blend of Canadian and German designs through a symbiosis of creativity and style – featuring a carefully curated aesthetic.
Another notable aspect is that from wood and marble accents to clean lines, the new store will be the first in the world to exhibit a ‘bio-dimensional’ installation.
For the shoppers and visitors, there will also be a permanent art exhibition, which will showcase some of the best creations of Canadian and Inuit artists.
Early last month, there were reports of the winter clothing manufacturer planning to expand globally after a disappointing first quarter.
Canada Goose generates revenue of C$ 591.2 million and employs more than 5,000 people worldwide. Apparel Resources had visited its manufacturing unit in Toronto few years back and seen the entire process of jacket manufacturing.