One of the world’s leading makers of luxury performance apparel, Canada Goose, has opened its first flagship store at Harbour City in Tsim Sha Tsui at just the right time.
Spanning nearly 5,000 square feet on two floors, the store features Arctic-inspired decor throughout, showcasing specially commissioned works by Northern Canadian artists Alexander Jowett and Ningiukulu Teevee.
More than 300 different products, including iconic styles, new parkas from the autumn/winter collection, cozy knitwear and trendy accessories, are available in the new shop, which offers Fusion Fit sizing tailored for Asian wearers.
Designed to meet Arctic conditions, the parkas’ precise tailoring, folds and stitches show off the brand’s decades of experience in coat making.
To ensure they can withstand temperatures up to minus 25 degrees Celsius, each parka goes through 13 processes before being manually inspected to ensure that every detail is perfect.
The most eye-catching parkas in the new shop are those from the latest crossover three-piece capsule with Korean designer Juun J. The brand’s classics have been given an edge with the designer’s signature street-wear tailoring, oversized style and reflective details.
Want to make a jacket truly yours? The store offers exclusive customization services, using press-heated reflective detailing to personalize outerwear or accessories.
(This article was published at The Standard on January 15, 2021: Weekend Glitz: Spreading its wings )