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Turkish fashion brand Dogo takes e-commerce route to India
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Jun '15
Courtesy: FashionAndYou
Courtesy: FashionAndYou
Turkish brand Dogo, which deals in footwear, bags, accessories, home décor and clothes, has now ventured into the Indian market through an exclusive tie-up with e-commerce portal FashionAndYou.

Dogo is identified with their kitsch designs and offers users an individual style of living and a means of personal expression. Now, the brand's shoe collection is accessible in India through the tie-up, FashionAndYou said in a statement.

“We are thrilled to bring Dogo on our platform and offer their fun, quirky and highly comfortable range of shoes to our customers. Their core proposition dovetails perfectly with ours: offering consumers versatility in designs at reasonable prices. We are certain that their shoe collection will be a roaring success with our discerning and very fashion conscious consumer base,” said Utsav Malhotra, general manager, sales, FashionAndYou.com

Dogo, which is present in 39 countries, has over 5,000 original designs for shoes, bags, clothes and home decoration products. (SH)

Fibre2fashion News Desk – India


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