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Ritu Wears creates shopper's paradise in Indore
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Apr '10
North India's largest family lifestyle brand, Ritu Wears, launched it's first ever store in Indore, Ritu Wears Biglife, thereby creating a shopper's paradise.

Through this store, the biggest ever range of high-fashion clothes, along with a variety of other products such as, footwear, jewellery, cosmetics, toys, luggage and accessories for men, women and kids will be brought under one roof.

The shop houses an array of popular brands such as Color Plus, Louis Philippe, Van Heusen, Reebok, Lee, Levis, Spykar, Police, Hugo Boss and Gini & Jony. This family lifestyle store has been decked with a logo of four human figures, which articulates that the showroom comprises something for everybody and is consumer-focused.

The retail group is planning key investments; at the same time wants to introduce novel retail concepts in the country's growing retail format. These steps will be taken to ensure that, the group achieves its aim, of emerging as India's foremost fashion and lifestyle brand with, global values.

It has launched four showrooms, each at Indore, Jalandhar, Faridabad and Indirapuram, in a span of just one year and is planning to increase its retail presence in North and Central India with 33 more showrooms, by the year 2014.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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