The brand is expecting to open 60 stores worldwide by 2020.
The 7,535-square-foot unit houses the Extreme Weather Experience Room featuring an arctic environment with a temperature of -5 F and snow.
The Japanese firm will design a collection targeted to the outdoors that will feature highly technical fabrics.
A special sneaker and a blanket will be offered starting on Oct. 28.
D’Avanzo, who has already joined the Canadian company, is based in Milan.