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Contemporary club wear brand 'Yell' opens store in Gurgaon
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Jan '14
Yell the contemporary club wear brand after leaving their footmarks in Delhi, Ludhiana, and Chandigarh has recently announced the launch of their 6th exclusive outlet at Galleria Market, Gurgaon. The store would cater to the customer demand in the region.

Yell is the new fashion brand for the discerning men & women of urban India. This trend setting brand aspires to provide comprehensive wardrobe solutions to all today's women and men, who are equally fashion conscious.

The choice from Autumn/Winter’13 collection for men includes Waist Coat, Nehru Jacket, Linen Shirt, Kurtas, Woolen Coats and Trousers that suit every mood and occasion. The incredible collection of women includes linen jackets, woolen coats, Linen Tops and Dresses. The Product range is intentionally kept tight to aid in recognition from a distance of being a classy and elegant.

Speaking at the launch of Gurgaon store, Ms. Divya Gupta, Founder-Designer of Yell said “We are happy to announce the launch of our new store. I describe my styling as Indo-Western as the apparel from Yell can be paired with either Traditional Indian or Western dresses. The range at Yell is exclusive and the prices are competitively reasonable. We are assured that this new store will pass through all the expectations of our customers in Gurgaon.”

Founded in 2010, the brands retail identity is inspired by its glam quotient and quality. The dedicated and loyal customer base that the Yell has built over the last 3 Years is proof of the success of the strategy. Refined and warm store staff, international ambience with a contemporary touch completes the ultimate shopping experience at Yell. 

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