Tateossian heads across pond with Canadian launch

Brit brand to showcase men’s collections at Toronto’s Harry Rosen.

Tateossian is making its first steps into Canada with the recently renovated Harry Rosen store at the Yorkdale shopping centre, Toronto.

The brand will open its own dedicated space on November 16, with Tateossian founder Robert Tateossian heading to the store for a personal appearance at the opening.

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The shop will stock the brand’s men’s collections, and will be located within Harry Rosen, a dedicated menswear retailer. Its Yorkdale store is a newly expanded space, the opening of which is timed to coincide with the festive shopping rush.

The centrepiece for Tateossian will be the brand’s collection of cufflinks, while men’s jewellery items from its collection, including watches, bracelets and tie clips, will be available.

At present Tateossian sells in more than 60 countries around the world within a number of leading fashion boutiques and department stores.

Harry Rosen Inc. is a leading Canadian menswear retailer, celebrating its 59th year in business in 2013. The store was founded in 1954 by the man whose name the chain still bears, and has grown from a single 500sq ft store in Toronto to having 15 stores across the country.

Tateossian will sit alongside brands including Tom Ford, Dolce & Gabbana, Etro, Armani Collezioni, Brioni, Salvatore Ferragamo and Versace.



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