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Marks & Spencer Reliance India opens new store at DLF Place

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Jul '09
Marks & Spencer Reliance India opened its new store at DLF Place, Saket in New Delhi. The store displays the bright and stylish must-haves for sunny days at work, home and outdoor with its summer '09 collection.

Trading from 9,500 sq. feet across two floors, the new Marks & Spencer store will offer an international shopping experience with its extensive range of apparel including womenswear, menswear, kidswear, lingerie, and beauty, plus home products all offering great value.

Speaking at the launch, Mark Ashman, CEO, Marks & Spencer Reliance India said, “It is a pleasure to open our new store in the city. With this new larger store we will offer a wider range of products to our south Delhi customers. Our stylish, high quality, great value clothing and home products are bound to delight our customers.”

In womenswear, the linen range offers effortless style, with cool wide legged trousers and shift dresses, while the Lingerie section features a wide range of innerwear. For men, Marks & Spencer offers smart chinos in cool shades which look great with relaxed-fit linen shirts. To perfect the look for the season, select from an assortment of socks, underwear, bags, belts, ties, cufflinks, and other accessories to match your mood and complement your style.

Marks & Spencer Reliance India Pvt Ltd


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