David Yurman Announces Opening of Toronto Boutique
NEW YORK, Dec. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- David Yurman, America's premier fine jewelry and timepiece designer, is pleased to announce the opening of its Toronto boutique at The Yorkdale Shopping Center on December 12, 2013. The Toronto boutique will be the brand's first in Canada.
"We're proud to make a home for ourselves in Toronto," says David Yurman's President, Chief Commercial Officer, Carol Pennelli. "The decision to expand into this market was driven by a loyal and avid following of Canadian clients that have been shopping with us for years in the US. We're thrilled to be a part of this diverse and vibrant community, and look forward to introducing our brand to an entirely new customer base."
Conceptualized by the renowned architectural firm of Gabellini Sheppard Associates, the flowing 1,837 square-foot store features architecture that is classically modern. Every element of the interior thoughtfully reflects design features that are symbolic of the brand's luxurious, yet relaxed aesthetic.
The boutique will carry all of David Yurman's classic collections such as women's gold, sterling silver and Silver Ice®, men's, Cable Kids® and timepieces. Special one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces, limited edition fine jewelry, and wedding collection pieces will also be carried.
David Yurman's Toronto boutique is located at The Yorkdale Shopping Center, 3401 Dufferin Street.
About David Yurman Inc.
David Yurman was founded in New York in 1980, and quickly became known as America's leading fine jewelry and luxury timepiece designer for men, women, and children. The signature gold and silver designs; diamond, pearl, and gemstone jewelry; and Swiss-crafted timepieces are renowned for capturing the essence of relaxed American luxury. David Yurman collections are available at 29 retail locations throughout the United States, France and China, and at authorized fine jewelry and timepiece retailers across the country.
For more information about David Yurman, visit davidyurman.com.
SOURCE David Yurman