Canada Goose to Open Pop-Up Store at Somerset Collection

As part of its “Quest West,” the performance luxury brand is opening two new locations in the U.S., along with pop-ups in Aspen and Detroit.
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The storefront of Canada Goose, Las Vegas. The performance luxury brand is set to open a pop-up store at Somerset Collection on Nov. 16. // Photograph courtesy of Canada Goose.

Outdoor enthusiasts will soon have a new spot to get their gear. Performance luxury brand Canada Goose has announced that it will open a new pop-up shop at Somerset Collection in Troy on Nov. 16, 2022.

This temporary establishment will sell a wide array of products for men, women, and children including parkas, lightweight jackets, rainwear, accessories, and more.

It will also offer expanded lightweight down, apparel, and footwear categories;  as well as designer collaborations; special capsules; and the new 2022 Fall/Winter Women’s Collection, which “combines style, performance, and versatility, featuring smooth, soft-to-the-touch fabrics, luxurious color palettes and sophisticated silhouette.”

In addition to the clothing, this new pop-up will feature an art installation from the Canada Goose Art Collection, the largest retail collection of Inuit art in the world. It includes a variety of paintings, illustrations, and sculptures to view as you shop.

Canada Goose is also set to open two permanent locations in Las Vegas and Denver; and another pop-up in Aspen, as part of its U.S. retail expansion, “Quest West.”

“This season’s openings across the U.S. are an invitation to experience our beloved brand, powerful product, and exceptional experience, first-hand. They offer an opportunity to own a piece of the luxury of Canada,” Carrie Baker, the President of Canada Goose, said in a press release. “Each of these cities are iconic in their own right and are the perfect locations to help us reach new heights and audiences.”

The Canada Goose pop-up store at Somerset will remain open through 2023.

For more information, visit canadagoose.com, and find even more metro Detroit retail and shopping news at HourDetroit.com.

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