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MIHNDI shows support to the U.S. economy
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Oct '10
MIHNDI, a men's and women's contemporary collection based out of Beverly Hills, proves that a new brand can be successful in today's economy. Launched just over a month ago at the Magic Tradeshow in Las Vegas, MIHNDI has received orders from some of fashion's most powerful players.

The first delivery will be available at Fred Segal, Kitson, Marriott resorts across the country, Las Ventanas Resort in Cabo San Lucas, and many other high-end boutiques.

MIHNDI's management team is pleased to see that their vision of a high quality, comfortable, and fashion forward clothing line became a reality. The “jet setter lifestyle” brand consists of the finest rayon/spandex and cotton available in 10 beautiful colors, a silk collection, and a burnout collection.

MIHNDI embodies timeless styles with distinctive details, such as laser cut raw edges, to add a modern twist and set itself apart from other “basic” clothing lines. With everything from unique styles of skirts and dresses to jackets and pants, MIHNDI is anything but just basic.

One of the most appealing characteristics of MIHNDI is that the entire collection is produced in Los Angeles. This allows the brand to monitor and ensure each piece is of the highest quality as well as allowing MIHNDI a 30-day turn over for production. Most importantly, producing the line in Los Angeles is showing support to the U.S. economy.

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