Stone Island Opens First Store in Canada

The Toronto store is the third location in North America.

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Italian brand Stone Island is expanding its presence in the North American market with its Toronto store opening. This marks the first store in Canada and the third in North America.

While the 2,000-square-foot space is significantly smaller than its New York and Los Angeles counterparts, the store covers two levels and features grand corner windows. The bush-hammered stone floors and walls contrast with black-stained natural oak furnishings, carbon fiber hangers and aluminum shelves in shades of anthracite. Like previous store designs, the interior was created by German industrial designer Marc Buhre. The space highlights functionality — staying true to the brand’s utilitarian aesthetics and clean style — while offering ample space to house Stone Island and Shadow Project collections.

The Carlo Rivetti label now has 26 freestanding stores and 18 store locations in shopping malls. Take a look inside Stone Island’s new Toronto store in the gallery above.

For the colder months ahead, check out Stone Island Shadow Project’s Funnel Hood Down Parka in a DPM Chiné ripstop fabric.

Stone Island Toronto
104 Yorkville Ave
Toronto ON M5R 1B9

 

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