An Iconic Denim Brand Has Re-entered Canada After Shuttering In 2020

An Iconic Denim Brand Has Re-entered Canada After Shuttering In 2020

If you’ve been missing the awesome quality of Lucky Brand denim, well then you’re in luck! The iconic denim brand has officially re-entered Canada, despite experiencing financial hardships due to the global pandemic. 

After filing for bankruptcy and shuttering all operations throughout the country last year, the company now has major plans for expansion with the assistance of Thriftys Family of Brands. 

Thriftys Family of Brands has acquired other brands like Bluenotes and Aeropostale Canada, and now Lucky Brand Canada. 

A total of ten store locations of Lucky Brand have already opened. These shopping centers include Vaughan Mills, Square One, and Metropolis at Metrotown.

Another two retail spaces will open soon at Polo Park in Winnipeg and at CF Shops at Don Mills in Toronto. Plus, due to the partnership with Thrifty’s Family of Brands, Lucky Brand products will also be available at certain Bluenotes locations too. 

Michael Roden, CEO of Thriftys Family of Brands, said in a statement, “This new partnership is a perfect fit for our customers as our Jeans are the heart of both the Bluenotes and Lucky Brand product offering.”


Not only are we able to enjoy the amazing denim retailer in-store, but there’s now a brand new e-commerce site for Canadians to shop.

As a celebration of the denim brand re-entering the market, you can score 40% off sitewide at Lucky Brand.

Check it out now because it’s only for a limited time!

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