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Clothing brand 109°F launches two stores in Delhi
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Nov '13
109°F launches its brilliantly styled, fashion inspired flagship stores in Delhi at V3S Mall, Laxminagar & Janakpuri District Centre. These new 109°F stores provide a vibrant source of pioneering youth culture and the perfect gateway to an all new experience of fashion.

After establishing itself as an exquisite and youthful fashion brand, 109°F is all set to enthrall the city with these fabulous stores.

Spread across approximately 500 sq. ft, these new 109°F stores located at V3S Mall, Laxminagar & Janakpuri District Centre promises to be one of the most innovative, contemporary and beautifully designed stores.

Separate wall units and display systems dedicated for various collections add to the grandeur of the stores. A mix of the trendy array of shelves, and the stylish mannequins exhibits the elegant, fashionable appeal of 109°F.

The retail area features exciting looks and styles from the latest 109°F & Fusion Beats Collection. The new stores provide consumers with a highly personalized way to shop by the latest fit, finish or style.

Expressing delight at the opening of the V3S Mall, Laxminagar & Janakpuri District Centre stores, Mr. Radhesh Kagzi, President 109°F, said, “109°F is setting a new benchmark of the ultimate retail shopping experience with these new stores. Fashion forward and intricately designed collections will be a symbolic and imperative part of the new stores.

“With this 109°F is all set to showcase the most comprehensive and stylish collection which will provide our consumers an exclusive shopping experience unlike any other brands.”

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