TH Accessory Store at Select City Walk
The 8th store in Tommy Hilfiger’s new chain offers wide range accessories
June 27, 2011 | comments ( 0 ) |
Tommy Hilfiger has opened an Accessory Store at Select City Walk, Delhi. This is the 8th store in the new chain introduced by Tommy Hilfiger. The 300 sq feet store offers a wide range of Tommy Hilfiger eyewear, watches, pens, innerwear, footwear, wallets, belts, travel gear & fragrances.
“The Accessory Store Chain has been launched to showcase the entire range of Tommy Hilfiger Accessories which have been becoming very popular with Indian consumers. Started in Dec 2010, this format has found ready acceptance and we now plan to open over 50 stores by end of this year “, said Rahul Gambhir, Director.
Tommy Hilfiger Accessories are also retailed at Tommy Hilfiger exclusive stores and top department store chains across the country. However, the need for this format was felt when the company realized a shortage of good retail locations given the fast growing demand for the same from across the country.
“We are currently present with this format in Chandigarh, Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Bhopal & Raipur. The response from all cities is very encouraging and we plan to add many more tier 1 & tier 2 cities”, said Shawn Cutinha, Head – Retail.
Tommy Hilfiger has been in India since 2004 and is the leading international designer brand in India. The brand has a unique blend of youthfulness, spirited energy and vibrancy which appeals a lot to Indian consumers including the ones in Tier II cities.
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