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Hermes Kicks It Up a Notch with Reopening of Flagship Store in Toronto


With the recent reopening of the Chanel flagship store in Yorkville, Toronto, Hermes just proved it doesn't fall behind in luxury interior design.

Now situated at 100 Bloor West, the celebrated French brand's new T-dot store consists a total of about 12,000 square feet (both first and second floor) with 5,800 reserved for retail space. The previous location had a minuscule size of around 4,000 square feet.

The first floor with the oval staircase. Image courtesy of Retail Insider.

The interior screams total modern Parisian vibe, designed by the French architecture firm RDAI. The first floor  which showcases scarves, jewellery, fragrances, and menswear, has a distinct marble and wood oval staircase with leather handrails. The second floor houses women' ready-to-wear and a Hermes home department, which is the country's first. It also contains a private shopping area.

Dining table collection in the second floor. Image courtesy of Retail Insider.

The private shopping area of the second floor. Image courtesy of Retail Insider.

The simplistic yet pleasant exterior is made of beige-rose bricks and combined with large floor-to-ceiling windows.

By: Franz Tabora

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