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Intimate Street opens first store in New Delhi
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Nov '13
Intimate Street, India’s first luxury intimate wear retail outlet that offers a wide variety of lingerie, swimwear and nightwear, has recently launched its first store in New Delhi and its website.

The store introduces the finest European intimate wear labels such as Parah & Christies from Italy, Jolidon from Romania in India for the first time.

Offering a multitude of styles to choose from, Intimate Street has a wide variety of products to choose from that include opulent to provocative lingerie, romantic silk nightwear, chic swimwear and special bridal lingerie for trousseaus.

The hand-picked selection has enough and more to cater to every mood of a woman. Lingerie and swimwear is available in an extensive palate of colours in various sizes for the perfect fit.

Speaking about the launch, Ovais Dehlvi, Co-Director Intimate Street said, “We have started Intimate Street to be India’s finest one stop luxury shopping destination to purchase all that is intimate including lifestyle products. We will shortly be launching a special range of intimate bedding in the finest silk and Egyptian cotton to complete our offering”.

Customers on the site can easily browse through the selection by brand, category or even size. The site offers detailed descriptions and illustrations to ensure customers are able to determine the correct size and fit of every product. At the store, customers are guided by trained staff personnel who help in making the correct selections and to help customers determine the correct size and fit.

The store will soon launch a more private salon from an already private shopping experience that can host girlie shopping expeditions, especially suited for the trousseau shoppers. The area will allow customers to shop in luxurious private environs with a personal shopper.

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