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Reliance Retail brings Reliance Trends to Bengaluru
Apr '09
Reliance Retail brings Reliance Trends to Bengaluru, after a successful launch of 10 other stores in Delhi, Gurgaon, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Jallandhar, Ahmedabad and Kochi.

Reliance Trends, the Apparel, Luggage and Accessories specialty store is spread over 18,000 square feet of shopping area, and offers more than 100 Indian and International brands which are the best in apparel, cosmetics and accessories. It has been designed to offer high quality shopping experience to the Indian consumer, with wide aisles, coordinated displays and highly trained fashion associates offering best in class customer assistance.

The store offers ample parking to consumers with a capacity to host up to 100 cars or 200 two-wheelers at any given time.

Announcing the launch, Arun Sirdeshmukh, Chief Executive, Reliance Trends said, “We are thrilled to bring Reliance Trends to Bengaluru, We are confident that the latest fashion and high quality of our products at very affordable prices will be welcomed by Bengaluru's discerning consumers. At Reliance Trends we bring the best of the brands including many from Reliance's own collection, all under one roof, thereby, delivering fantastic choice and quality at an affordable price. “

The uniqueness of the store lies in an uncompromising attention to quality in all products, the high fashion quotient in its seasonal collections, The innovative Technology solutions offered in products such as “Arromatic tees” for infants, “Ever White” Shirts and “Travel Suits” for men. and “Performax” activewear products for men and women. All this, at unbelievable and very affordable prices.

Reliance Trends offers a whole host of brands across men's, women's and children's categories to fulfill every customer need. Some of the most renowned brands in the country like Peter England, John Players, Raymond, Vimal , Reid and Taylor, Contra, Jockey, Spykar, Miss Players, 109F, etc are present at Reliance Trends.

Reliance Trends caters not just to the Ready-to-wear consumer, but also the large number of men and women who prefer to shop for fabric and tailor their clothes. This is possible due to the unique mix of fabric and Ready-to-Stitch brands in men's and women's respectively and the “Tailoring Service” facility within the store.

Reliance's own brands include, Network range of garments which comprises of formal office wear collection for men and women, while the Netplay range, showcases a smart casual collection for the evolving workplace. The DNMX range has been developed with a clear focus on the youth of India, offering them exclusively crafted fashion garments like Denims, T shirts etc. Graviti, the innerwear range for men offer the best of inner and lounge wear for today's man.

Sparsh range of Indian wear for women, offers the finest collection of Salwar Kurtas, Churidars and a fast evolving Mix n Match range of garments. Hushh, the lingerie line for women offers an extensive range of innerwear and sleepwear for the discerning woman. Panda, has been developed for infants and toddlers, while the Frendz range of garments would compliment the wardrobes the growing generation of boys and girls. Grip, the range of luggage, includes travel luggage, office luggage, school and hand bags.

Reliance Retail Limited

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