Hermès just opened the doors to its stunning Yorkville location

Nov 29 2017, 4:40 pm

Toronto’s culturally historic Yorkville Village has just welcomed another luxury designer to its roster, as Hermès has officially opened its doors today.

The sprawling new store was designed by Parisian architecture agency RDAI, is two floors and is nearly 6,000 square feet.


Image courtesy of Hermès Toronto

“The opening of our new store at 100 Bloor Street West in Toronto reaffirms Hermès’ commitment to Canada, and salutes the refinement and vitality of this special city,” said Jennifer Carter, President and CEO, Hermès Canada.

“The deep and authentic bond between Hermès and Canadians is emotional – built on shared values, inspired by the energy to keep innovating, and a love for hand crafted objects made for living.”

The focal point of the stunning new space is an oval staircase that winds upwards, paved in white marble, encompassed in cherry wood, and accented with a leather handrail.


Image courtesy of Hermès Toronto

On the lower level, visitors can shop for jewellery, fragrances, and men and women’s silks, while on the top floor, which is referred to as the home universe, will feature the brand’s luxurious furniture and lighting.

Also new to the store are wallpapers and textiles, which round out the offering of tableware, plaids, and unique objects for the home.

You’ll also find the women’s and leather selections upstairs, where shoppers can enjoy a private and personalized shopping space.

Conveniently, the new Chanel boutique just opened up down the street for those looking to do some serious damage.

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