Vacheron Constantin today opened a boutique in Toronto, its first in Canada.
The 700-square-foot store, in the Yorkdale Shopping Centre, has a bronze and black color scheme and is highlighted by two custom-made crystal chandeliers, oak paneling, and walls finished in “fine Venetian plaster.”
It will offer the brand’s entire watch range, some boutique-exclusive models, and its Ateliers Cabinotiers service, which allows users to custom-design a watch.
“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 statement.
The Richemont-owned watch brand currently has six boutiques in the United States.
(Image courtesy of Vacheron Constantin)