Harry Rosen Celebrates 60th Anniversary
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Harry Rosen, the most well-known Canadian fashion retailer dedicated to luxury men, marked the 60th anniversary this year. It was a great pleasure to be invited as one of their guests recently to celebrate this milestone at Teatro Opera Room in YYC, and the opportunity to learn about the heritage of this proud Canadian men’s fashion expertise company.
Consistently setting high standards for quality men’s wear while partake in shaping the way men dress are things that set apart Harry Rosen from other Canadian fashion retailers, earning them the top 10 men’s fashion retailers in North America title, and the only Canadian company that made it to the list.
It’s a no brainer that customer service is crucial in the retail business. For Harry Rosen, customer loyalty also plays a key role to their success. Clients can comfortably trust what’s given to them, and service associates are trained with the proper knowledge about men’s fashion, styling, and every intrinsic fact on suit garments, fitting and tailoring. It’s the passion for detail and the true luxury experience they provide that capture the hearts of their clients.
Buying deep within the label is also something holds dearly to the company. From being the first retailer in Canada to introduce European brands such as Zegna and Brunello, to becoming one of the largest companies in the world that services Tom Ford made to wear suits, Harry Rosen has made sure each collection contains the true essence and aesthetic of the fashion house.
For fall and winter, four trend-watch styles are introduced: black on black, checkers, heritage pattern, and stylish footwear, inspired by labels such as Zegna, Tom Ford, Brunello, Hugo Boss and Prada. In addition, Harry Rosen continues to explore designs of different fashion houses and experimenting new trends. At the Chinook Centre location in YYC for example, a full collection of Versace can be seen – a rather more daring taste for Calgarians. A new Harry Rosen flagship store is set to open this October in Ottawa. Now 16 stores across Canada, the company has hopes to continue to grow and maintain as the number one men’s fashion retailer in the country.