Innovative Saskatoon-based multi-brand lifestyle and accessories retailer Spareparts continues to open Canadian stores at a rapid pace. It opened a total of eight Canadian stores in 2016, with three more confirmed to be opening in the spring of 2017 — which will bring its store count to 21.
It’s a remarkable story, considering that Spareparts only had seven stores when we first reported on it in October of 2014. Founder Danny Mysak described his concept store as being “highly service-oriented” while also being “keen on building relationships with its clients”. Spareparts began in 1992 as an accessories retailer in Saskatoon, with products curated by a team of buyers. Some of the world’s leading designer brands are carried in Spareparts stores, as well as premium sunglass/watch brand Farmfresh, which was developed in-house.
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