Luxury Swiss watch Vacheron Constantin has announced the opening of its first Canadian boutique in Toronto.
With over 260 years of heritage, the new Toronto location is at Yorkdale Shopping Centre.
Founded in 1755, Vacheron Constantin is the longest continuously operating watch manufacture in the world. Each piece is crafted in Geneva, and known for its beautiful finishing.
“Our first Canadian store marks an important step in our Maison’s expansion in North America,” said Leslie Kobrin, Vacheron Constantin President of the Americas in a release. “We are delighted to have the opportunity to serve Canadians with a boutique in the Yorkdale Shopping Centre, Canada’s leading shopping destination with over 270 fashion, technology and luxury brands, and best-in-class services. Our location, strategically situated in Yorkdale, will enhance our client’s understanding of Vacheron Constantin, its heritage, and its commitment to excellence in high watchmaking.”
The new boutique welcomes Canadian watch collectors and enthusiasts to view Vacheron Constantin’s timepieces within 700 square feet of stunning architectural and decorative details, according to the press release.
“This location features our most directional store design concepts to date including architectural elements specifically incorporated to draw clients in, as well as a curated selection of merchandise and unique services that we hope Torontonians will love,” said Kobrin.
Opening on June 22, the boutique is located at Yorkdale Shopping Centre, 3401 Dufferin Street.