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Thomas Pink was facing the challenge in keeping on top of its customersâ€™ expectations and ensuring ultimate shopping experience.
Traditionally Infrastructure hassles and lack of clear guidelines along with high import duties & counterfeit market are few substantial reasons to prevent luxury retailers from directly investing in Indian markets.
Indian brands certainly have global aspirations but fail to address tastes of a global audience. A lot of our apparel brands design keeping in mind the Indian consumer and what would sell in India.
With expansion plans in the country, Italian luxury interior firm Fendi Casa is looking to open 3-4 new showrooms over the next five years.
Fabindia Overseas, the largest retail apparel brand in the country has achieved more than Rs 1,000-crore sales, significantly ahead of nearest rivals Zara and Levi's India.
Tag Heuer, watch brand for luxury group LVMH has finally decided to shut down its subsidiary in India by the end of December.
Arvind said it is targeting Rs 500 crore turnover in 4-5 years from cosmetics brand Sephora owned by LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vitton.
Sanjay Lalbhai-led Arvind Ltd has recently signed a deal to run the Indian operations of cosmetics and beauty retailer Sephora, owned by French luxury conglomerate Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH).
Engulfed in the voyeurism case, leading ethnic wear brand FabIndia is backed by its biggest investor L-Capital Asia.