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Gieves & Hawkes plans to stylize Indian men
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Sep '08
Gieves & Hawkes located at No 1 Savile Row, London, needs no introduction when it comes to offering well tailored suits for men. For more than 200 years, the well established Company is making the men look perfect gentlemen world over. The suit makers are now planning to set its foot in Indian market.

Although, Gieves & Hawkes have not finalized their opening up a stylish and exuberant store in the country, experts believe that, with right kind of partners, it can once again hit the bulls' eye, as it has recently done in China through opening a flagship store. The stunning amalgamation of tradition and modernity in the designs of Gieves & Hawkes makes it stand out from the crowd of designer formal wears.

In order to know the opinion of Indian market experts, Fibre2fashion contacted Mr Gurbir Singh Gulati, Communication Manager, UP Market Brands who stated, “Indian apparel market is very well diversified today, especially in the men's apparel business, there has been a remarkable overall success rate, when compared to any other category which is still at a developing stage in the country.

“So if Gieves & Hawkes are planning their entry into the Indian market they will definitely bring a good learning principle in the industry. Indian Consumer have inclination towards foreign label, thus the response will surely be positive.”

UK based Gieves & Hawkes has set high standards for the quality of fabric they make use of while crafting a suit, which reflects outstanding craftsmanship and designs. The leader in perfect fit, tailored suit has stores in countries like Japan, Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, Dubai, Turkey and Macau; and the number is still growing.

Fibre2fashion News desk - India


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