Harry Rosen

Invasion Of The American Luxury Retailers

CP | Lauren La Rose, The Canadian Press | Posted 02.20.2015 | Canada Business

TORONTO - With the arrival of Nordstrom north of the border in Calgary and Saks Fifth Avenue waiting in the wings, the U.S. department stores are join...

The Dangerous Mistake U.S. Retailers Make in Canada

Ben Hanuka | Posted 05.06.2014 | Canada Business
Ben Hanuka

More than a mere few US retailers assume that expanding into Canada, because of its relatively small population (the population of California alone, at about 38 million, is larger than Canada's roughly 35 million), is akin to expanding into just another state. Making this assumption -- blindsided by the admittedly vast similarities across all walks of life -- is downright dangerous.

Canadian Style Icons: Larry Rosen Has Fashion in His Blood

Daniel Eckler | Posted 11.17.2013 | Canada Style
Daniel Eckler

Larry Rosen was born with the clothing business in his blood. It's not surprising, as his father, was Harry Rosen, founder of the famous Canadian men's retailer, founded in 1954.

LOOK: Trudeau In Unauthorized Menswear Ad

CBC | Posted 07.28.2013 | Canada Politics

After trying Jim Flaherty and Stephen Harper on for size, clothing retailer Harry Rosen is now turning its eye to a new, slightly younger model for it...

Get Ready Well-Dress Men: Harry Rosen Is Expanding

The Huffington Post Canada | Sarah Kelsey | Posted 09.06.2012 | Canada Style

Harry Rosen, one of the hottest menswear stores in Canada, is stepping up its Ontario expansion plans. On August 15, well-dressed men can look forw...

Even Atheists Get the Blues, er, Blue Sweaters

Mike Gallay | Posted 02.28.2012 | Canada Style
Mike Gallay

This blue cashmere sweater was going to be mine because both it and I look and feel fantastic and I would like this feeling to last. I think I lost a pound in my midsection since I pulled this sweater over my head. This sweater is a fine purchase, maybe even something that can help the world. This sweater is a job creator.