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Now, bespoke tailoring service on wheels in India
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Mar '16
Corporate Collars, a Mumbai-based one-stop shop for customised clothing, has recently introduced “Corporate Collars on Wheels”, a unique service to get tailoring services right at your door step, according to a company release.

Introduced for the first time ever in India, the service embodies the Corporate Collars promise of perfect fit, precise tailoring and prompt service for men and women both.

An innovatively designed mobile van along with a personal stylist will travel to customers in different localities through prior appointments to provide bespoke tailoring services. The service is a complete solution for bespoke styling needs.

Harssh Chheda, founder, Corporate Collars, said, “This unique concept of tailoring on wheels has been initiated for working corporate men and women who are busy with the hustle and bustle of the city life. This concept really goes to where the customers are, instead of waiting for them to come. We value our customers and this concept has been designed keeping in mind the dire needs of today's corporate audiences who lack time but still want to stand apart from the crowd. I am thrilled to introduce such a unique service that is beneficial to our customers.” (HO)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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