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Amazon.in launches international shoe store
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Oct '15
Amazon.in, one of India's leading e-commerce retailers, has announced the launch of International Shoe Store, through which the company is initially offering footwear collections of nine designer brands for both men and women, as per a company press release.

The hand-picked collection with over 3,500 selections includes brands like Roberto Botticelli, Allesandro Dell' Acqua, Desigual, Fonti, CR7 by Christiano Ronaldo, British Knights, HUB, Calvin Klein, and O'neill.

Mayank Shivam, category leader, Amazon Fashion, India, said, “It gives us immense pleasure to bring popular international shoe brands exclusively on Amazon.in for our discerning Indian customers. Looking at the growing demand and appetite for global brands in India, the International Shoe Store reinforces our vision of transforming the way India buys and sells. Our exclusive tie-ups with these brands will help them reach our extensive customer base across the nation and the reliable shopping experience with Amazon.in will be an added advantage to our customers.”

Roberto Botticelli brings close to 400 styles from the brand's latest collection. The selection includes casual sneakers, brand's classic well-known loafers, moccasins and a wide range of formal line.

Allensadro Dell' Acqua brings continental style to everyone with loving attention to detail and unmatched quality. The brand offers more than 200 styles with a collection of formal footwear, slip on, fashion sneakers, leather platform boots and lace detailed fashion shoes on Amazon.in.

Spanish fashion label Desigual known for its intense prints, patchwork designs, innovative graffiti art, asymmetrical patterns and flamboyant splashes of colour, adds 400 styles from the brand on Amazon.in. From high street to quirky designs, the brand caters to women, men and kids.

Amazon.in forayed into fashion in September 2013 with the launch of the Fashion Jewellery & Watches selection. Today the store has over 5,000 brands and over 5 lakh styles. (HO)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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