Luxury retailer Xhibition opens downtown Detroit location
Robert Rosenthal, who is Jewish, is proud to bring his mark to Detroit.
LLuxury retailer Xhibition has expanded into the Capital Park neighborhood of downtown Detroit at the historic Farwell Building, 1251 Griswold St. The 4,000-square-foot store will feature women’s clothing, footwear and home goods and men.
This is Xhibition’s third physical location, with the first in Cleveland and the second in Shaker Heights, Ohio.
Since opening the first store in 2014, Xhibition has strived to be at the forefront of the latest trends with the most culturally relevant brands, cult labels and top designers as must-see destination for fashion.
âXhibition was a concept born to respond to the elevated street market that was emerging, to create a more intimate boutique environment for our consumers and to offer them products that were really hard to find,â explains Robert Rosenthal, co. -Founder of Xhibition. and owner. âIt’s a very tight assortment of products from suppliers all over the world. “
The brand selection uniquely presents the intersection between streetwear, sportswear and luxury and includes notable brands such as Adidas, Air Jordan, Eckhaus Latta, Ganni, Nike, Human Made, Off-White, Rhude, Stone Island, StÃ¼ssy, Visvim and more.
Rosenthal believes businesses that build relationships and support community initiatives will thrive in the future.
Xhibition is committed to its community through its philanthropic initiative, X COMMUNITY WORKS. This platform includes in-store event curation, business partnerships, educational workshops, associations with local institutions and selected charitable causes. Plans are already underway to launch X COMMUNITY WORKS in Detroit, where it is hoped to contribute to the city’s success and prosperity.
âThe community aspect of our business is very important to us,â says Rosenthal. âAnd X COMMUNITY WORKS is the part of our business that truly supports underserved people in the community. “
Rosenthal says picking Detroit as Xhibition’s new location was easy.
âDetroit was very familiar to us. We’re people from the Midwest, and I think Detroit and Cleveland share a lot of very similar attributes, âRosenthal said. âWe wanted to have a store in Detroit, and I can tell you that Detroit is for me the happiest city I have ever been to. We were warmly welcomed by the community; it really feels like there is an incredible energy and a spirit that people want to see succeed downtown.
âI travel a lot and I feel an energy in downtown Detroit that I don’t feel in other cities right now,â he added. âIt makes us feel good. We are excited to be here and we really plan to dig deep roots in the Detroit market. We couldn’t be more excited.
Rosenthal, who is Jewish, is proud to bring his mark to Detroit.
âI am very proud of my Jewish heritage,â he says. “I think a lot of things that I learned, Jewish values, we try to bring daily into our business.”