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World of Social Media to promote high end labels
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Feb '10
Designer clothing retailer, Accent Clothing, has established itself as a major fashion store in West Yorkshire. With the incredible growth of online shopping during the 2008 recession, the next step was destined to be the world of social networking and as the company launches into this futuristic form of new media, the response from social networkers, both within and outside of the county, has been phenomenal, and this brand development platform is proving to be the perfect way to continue into 2010/2011.

With over two thousand active Facebook fans, Accent Clothing is taking on the social media world by storm and creating a positive stir using interesting wall posts and virtual events. Accent Clothing is a high end designer outlet offering designer-wear from brands such as Lyle & Scott, G Star, Armani, Nudie, Replay, Two Stoned, Diesel and Ugg Australia. Using networking platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, the Leeds based clothing retailer can reach customers on a more personal level, and instead of carrying out a traditional sales campaign, they can generate a higher level of brand awareness and brand exposure.

Accent Clothing in Leeds, West Yorkshire, is a family run business that offers a warm and sociable atmosphere in store, and taking this company value even further on the web, this retailer can now offer a virtual place to communicate with fans about the subcultures of designer clothing. First established in 1984, this Yorkshire retailer has become a key part of Leeds city with a women's range, a men's range and a children's collection.

“Our sales philosophy has always been to treat or customers as friends; and this is why we have a strong and loyal customer following. We are proud to say some of which have supported us for over 20 years and recommended their friends, family and colleagues to follow suit.” Louise Schneider and The Accent Clothing Team.

Taking this sales philosophy into social media, Accent Clothing will be continuing their campaign with a friendly approach, further promoting the high end labels that have proved popular in soaring online sales.

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