Marie Saint Pierre launches pop-up in Soho
Canadian designer Marie Saint Pierre is heading to New York City this fall, as part of the brand’s 30th anniversary celebrations. On September 30 the Montreal-based luxury brand will launch its first-ever pop-up shop in SoHo.
Located at 70 Wooster Street, the 4,000-square-foot space will house the brand's Fall/Winter 2017 and Atelier collections. The latest items and creations from Canadian footwear brand Zvelle, Lampi Lampa sculptural lamps, artist Fran Lamothe and OOB Magazine will equally be featured at the store.
Following the 2015 opening of a Marie Saint Pierre store in Wynwood, Miami, the Pop-up shop also further establishes the brand's presence into the US market.
"Most companies have trouble finding something creative to say, and at Marie Saint Pierre, it's quite the opposite. We were able to develop an identity not only with our designs, but with the way our clothes feel, leaving a real lasting impression. This is what we aim to do in New York, collectively," said Marie Saint Pierre.
Earlier this year, Marie Saint Pierre launched a new book baptized Maison Marie Saint Pierre, en 30 tableaux, to mark the company’s 30 years in business.
The Montreal-based designer is one of Canada’s most successful luxury fashion labels. The fashion house currently employs a team of over twenty craftsmen working with local manufacturers and has three retail locations.
The brand was founded in 1987 and is headquartered in Montreal, Quebec.
The pop-up will run til October 30.
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