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Raymond to exhibit Spring Summer collection at Première Vision
23
Jan '08
Raymond Ltd India's leading textile & apparel major, proudly announced that the Company has been selected by the selection committee of weavers to be part of the prestigious Première Vision, an international fashion and fabric fair at Paris which will be held this February.

This makes Raymond the first ever Worsted Suiting manufacturing company in the South East Asia to be selected by the Board of Directors of Première Vision S.A, the French company which organizes professional fashion and fabric fairs since 1973.

The companies are selected through a stringent selection process based on their creativity and performance. Participation in this show will further enhance the image of Raymond Ltd in the global market as the largest integrated manufacturer of worsted fabric in the world.

Commenting on the achievement, Mr. Gautam Hari Singhania, Chairman and Managing Director, Raymond Ltd said, “We, at Raymond, are extremely delighted to represent India and the South East Asia on this international platform.

The invitation to participate at this global platform is indeed a testimony to Raymond Ltd's unrelenting quest for Trust, Excellence, Quality and Leadership - the abiding values associated with the brand for over 80 years now. We take utmost pride in showcasing our best and most innovative fabrics and garments to the world.”

Raymond will be exhibiting its Spring Summer 2009 collection of unique hi-end fabrics such as Super fine fabrics – 140s, 150s, Exotic fibres like Vicuna and Cashmere fabrics, Natural fibers like linen and luxurious silk and Innovative Products like Zip Plus, Easy-care, Machine wash, Sedan finish and XLA.


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