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WATCHPRO usually tells the stories of the biggest retailers through our Big Interview articles, but this month we are learning about a brand new business at the very beginning of its journey.
Goldsmith & Complications will stock a broad range of watches including pre-owned alongside rare pieces from Purnell, Arnold & Son, Urwerk and Cyrus.
Three years after Bucherer bought Tourneau in the United States the refurbishment of the Manhattan Time Machine flagship has been completed and wide-eyed customers are being welcomed into the 19,000 square foot emporium.
Until its flagship on Madison reopens in October, Breitling has moved into a surf culture-themed space inspired by the Superocean Heritage ’57 Pastel Paradise Capsule Collection.
Together, they occupy retail space of 4,000 square feet. They have their own entrances, but are connected within the showroom.
Burdeen's Jewelry has opened its fourth location in Chicago with the addition of a showroom selling luxury pre-owned watches alongside estate jewelry and a Vacheron Constantin boutique.
Vacheron Constantin officially opened a new flagship showroom in New York last week, just as the city’s Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the lifting of all state-mandated coronavirus restrictions.
Showroom will open this summer within Google's campus in the Chelsea district of Manhattan.
At 3,500 square feet over two floors, the Rolex boutique is the largest in the United States, beating a 3,000 square foot space within the Wynn Resort in Las Vegas run by The Watches of Switzerland Group.
Burdeen's is showing admirable bounce-back-ability after a torrid year for the business and the city.