Square One South Expansion Opens With New Stores
The highly anticipated luxury southern wing at Square One in Mississauga finally opens today! The multi-million dollar makeover includes top luxury brands in a 130,000 sq. ft. space.
Square One is reaching out to shoppers with high-end tastes with the inclusion of leading luxury retailers such as Holt Renfrew, Harry Rosen, Kate Spade, Rolex by Raffi, Stuart Weitzman, Wolford, Marc Cain, Papyrus, Jamie's Italian Kitchen and Starbucks.
The stores that are now open include Harry Rosen, Kate Spade, Ben Sherman, BCBG, Club Monaco and Alex and Ani.
Valet parking is also available in the south-end expansion and Square One's climate controlled underground parking is open as well.
Harry Rosen is a high-end Canadian menswear specialty brand with history that dates back to 1954. The Square One location will be the brand's flagship store.
Kate Spade is a New York brand that has 80 shops in the United States and 100 internationally. Now they'll have 101. The higher-end shop offers handbags, clothing, jewellery, shoes, stationery, eyewear, baby products, fragrances, tabletop items, bedding and gifts.
Ben Sherman is an international clothing company that originated in England that predominantly specializes in men's fashion.
BCBGMAXAZRIA is a women's clothing brand featuring fashion forward styles. Founder, CEO, and Chairman, Max Azria, started the company in 1989. Azria is also a designer who spent many years designing women's wear in both Paris and Los Angeles.
Club Monaco is an international retail brand that opened its first store in Toronto in 1985. You will find fashion and accessories for both men and women.
Alex and Ani designs women's jewellery and strives to develop techniques to help create sustainable products.
Valet parking is also available in the south expansion and Square One's climate controlled underground parking is now open.
Up-and coming store openings also include Holt Renfrew, Jamie's Italian Kitchen and Starbucks.
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