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Italian brand Paul & Shark opens store in New Delhi
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'Paul & Shark', a luxury brand of Italy has opened its first ever store in New Delhi. In this regard, Andrea Dini, Owner & CEO of Paul & Shark said that, this launch is the culmination of a goal to enter a unique market place and to begin a promising partnership with the Reliance Group.

Indian consumers can find a complete menswear collection in the store, which can be donned at various occasions such as at a social gathering, at workplace, as well as during holidays, leisure time and traveling. The store comprises of casual and elegant clothes like shirts and polo-necked t-shirts, top performing knits and sweaters, lightweight and technical outerwear and trousers.

The collection of store also includes an array of accessories and footwear. The new store, which is located at Emporio Mall, Vasant Kunj in New Delhi, is a joint venture of Paul & Shark and Reliance Brands Ltd, which is a part of the Reliance Industries group.

While talking about this new store, Darshan Mehta, President and CEO of Reliance Brands said that, the Italian brand brings a reason for the Indian luxury consumers to brighten up their wardrobes, as Paul & Shark is eloquent with rich heritage, strong belief in the product and Italian workmanship.

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