The iconic fashion brand Kate Spade has sadly shuttered doors at its iconic Yorkville flagship. The store has resided at 138 Cumberland Street since June of 2013.
Apparently, the company was leasing the space month-to-month, and since the closing, there have already been retailers very interested in the spot.
The ex-Kate Spade flagship store is quite the location. The space is two levels and about 4,000 square feet, making it the ideal spot to have carried the array of beautiful designer bags, apparel, and accessories.
When the company took over the Cumberland location, it was during a time of major expansion all across the country. It really is rather sad to see that it was at such a peak not very long ago.
For those who didn’t know, New York City-based Tapestry Inc., formerly known as Coach, actually bought the Kate Spade brand back in 2017. It’s also been quite open to the fact that the quirky and vibrant brand has struggled to captivate the younger audience with its merchandise.
Fortunately, this isn’t the end for Kate Spade, you can still very much shop in-store since it operates 20 locations in Canada. Of these spots, 10 are outlet stores.
Some notable malls with a Kate Spade include the CF Toronto Eaton Centre, Yorkdale, CF Sherway Gardens, Square One, and the outlets in Vaughan Mills and Toronto Premium Outlets.
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