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Jealous 21 launches Ayesha accessories range
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Jan '14
Jealous 21, the exclusive women’s wear brand that pioneered hip fit jeans, launches an exclusive line of fashion accessories designed by ayesha.

The “Jealous 21 by ayesha” range of accessories is vibrant, edgy and trendy! The line includes neckpieces, bracelets rings, earrings, belts, scarves, tattoos, hair accessories, nail stickers and many more. The designs are at par with international trends will definitely and add oodles of oomph to your style.

Rachna Aggarwal, CEO, Indus League, said, “We are delighted to be associated with Ayesha Accessories, one of the pioneers in the accessories space. We are combining the strengths of Jealous 21 and ayesha to provide customers with the perfect fashion look. It is a great brand fit and we are confident that the partnership will drive further growth in the coming years.”

Speaking on the association, Jacqueline Kapur, cofounder, ayesha accessories said “We at ayesha accessories are ultra excited to associate with Jealous 21. Two super young and super fashionable brands have joined hands to bring the latest of the latest trends in fantabulous fashion essentials to the hip girls in India.”

Ayesha Kapur, face, co-founder and designer of the brand added “trendy and edgy; Jealous 21 and ayesha......WE’ll ROCK TOGETHER!!!!!”

The “Jealous 21 by ayesha” range of accessories is available across all exclusive Jealous 21 outlets and will soon be available across all Centrals. 

About Jealous 21:

Jealous 21, an exclusive women’s wear brand from Indus-League, a division of “Future Lifestyle Fashion Ltd” (FLFL), revolutionized the jeans market for women by launching jeans that fits every body type of Indian women. Fit is the primary attribute that any women look for when they buy jeans.

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