Canadian luxury brand Maison Marie Saint Pierre has opened its first pop-up shop in New York. The shop, which opened Friday and will remain in business until Oct. 30, is based at 70 Wooster Street and coincides with the brand’s 30th anniversary.
The Montreal-based company, which has a flagship in Wynwood, Miami, has a growing presence, with 100 points of sale across Canada and the U.S. Saint Pierre’s U.S. accounts include such specialty stores as Elizabeth Anthony, Julian Gold, Gus Mayer, Barbara Jean and Betsy Fisher. In Canada, the brand can be found in Holt Renfrew, Hangar9 and Blu’s, as well as two of her own boutiques in Montreal.
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