Deal Jeans: Chic and sensational AW’15 collection

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Velvety, modish and enthralling…the new collection by Deal Jeans showcases new trends in styles, designs and shades.
Velvety, modish and enthralling…are the adjectives that describes the latest autumn winter 2015 collection by Deal Jeans. The new collection showcases new trends in styles, designs and shades on denim (with distress, washed and printed effects), tops, dresses, jumpsuits and shorts. The basic price of denim (bottom wear) is from `1,800 to `2,000 and the price range of tops starts from `600 to `2,000.
Deal Jeans specialises in denims and casual western fashion. Their denim collection comprises distress, washed, printed, coloured and basic. The collection also include fashion tops, dresses, tees, tunics, jumpsuits, skirts, pants, leggings, shorts, jackets, coats, sweaters and knits.
About the brand
Deal Jeans, a retail venture of Deal Global Fashions Private Limited is a renowned fashion house. Deal Jeans fulfills the growing demand for western wear by Indian women. The company forayed into the competitive Indian retail market after having established a global reputation as a high quality apparel manufacturer for over 15 years.
Sameer Patel, Director, Deal Global Fashions Private Limited started the brand in 2000. Initially launched the business with formal wear for women and gradually shifted the focus to designer denims, which was rare in those days and not focused on by any brands. With increasing consumer demands, the company introduced denims for girls (kidswear) in 2009. Today, the business is handled by Sameer Patel and Vinod Patel.
Future plans
The company wants to concentrate on the e-commerce business for its brand, Deal Jeans, at the moment through launching their own online platform and increasing their presence in webstores. They are also planning to increase their presence by opening more standalone outlets and shop-in-shop formts and their presence at multi-brand stores in tier -II and -III cities.

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