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Fashionably fabulous: FabAlley and Indya

Today, the parent brand High Street Essentials has over 500 offline retail touch points and is currently focusing on expanding the D2C footprint of its brandsBengaluru: The Indian fashion industry has transformed with the explosion of online fashion. And...

Fashion brand Indya forays into skincare, aims at 20% revenue from the segment in 2 yrs

Women's fashion brand Indya has forayed into the skincare segment and said it expects 15-20 per cent of its revenue to come from this category in the next 18-24 months. Indya, which is owned by High Street Essentials (HSE) that also runs the FabAlley brand,...

HSE plans 50 FabAlley-Indya stores in 18 months, eyes Rs 220 cr gross sales in FY20

Fashion e-tailer High Street Essentials (HSE) - which runs FabAlley and Indya brands - is ramping up its offline presence and aims to have over 650 retail points including its own stores and shop-in-shops by March 2021.According to a...

FabAlley announces profitability with 70 pc year-on-year growth in FY19

Delhi-based fashion house, High Street Essentials Pvt. Ltd. (HSE), the parent company behind women-centric fashion brands, FabAlley and Indya, announced its financial results for the fiscal year ending March 31st, 2019, reporting a net revenue of Rs 90.2 crore,...

Indya expands its offline presence with its second exclusive store in Pune

High Street Essentials Pvt Ltd (HSE) has announced the launch of their second exclusive Indya outlet in Pune, India. The overwhelming love and support received by the brand in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Chandigarh and Pune has led to...

Indya opens first EBO in Mumbai at Phoenix Market City, to open 30 stores by March 2019

High Street Essentials Pvt Ltd (HSE) has recently launched its first exclusive brand outlet in Mumbai for Indya at Phoenix Market City, Kurla.The store, spread over 730 sq. ft., allows its customers to browse through an exclusive range of...
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