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Raymond Apparel to shift focus towards digital: President

Raymond Apparel to shift focus towards digital: President

With the Omnichannel mantra gaining ground in India and consumers living in a parallel digital and physical worlds, brands are fast...

India’s Most Progressive Fashion Retailers in N.E.W.S. at IFF 2014

As the gates of Bombay Exhibition Centre in Goregaon, Mumbai opened to the magnum opus of the Indian fashion...

India’s Most Progressive Fashion Retailers in N.E.W.S. at IFF 2014

As the gates of Bombay Exhibition Centre in Goregaon, Mumbai opened to the magnum opus of the Indian fashion...

Park Avenue unveils exclusive range of business casuals and eyewear

Park Avenue, India’s popular men’s formal apparel and accessories brand, has introduced a new range of relaxed clothing in...

ColorPlus goes live with Lawson Fashion PLM

Lawson Software (Nasdaq: LWSN) announced that ColorPlus, a premium Indian casual wear brand, has gone live with the Lawson...
Raymond refutes IiAS' report on JK House sale

Raymond arrives at Phoenix mall in Mumbai; targets men accessories segment

Men's apparel manufacturing and retailing brand Raymond has opened a specialty store of ties and other men accessories at...
Raymond announces financial results; witnesses subdued consumer demand

Raymond introduces a model hunt for kids

The trend for spotting a child super-star is the latest buzz and no wonder Raymond too wants to join...

India Fashion Forum 2008: A report

“India has now emerged as one of the most potential markets for global brands and retailers,” so saying, EVKS...
KVIC bags largest bulk order from Raymond

Raymond extends into ready-to-wear

Announcing its debut into the readymade garments market, textile major Raymond has launched Raymond Finely Crafted Garments (Raymond FCG),...

Premium kidswear to be launched under Color Plus sub-brand

Raymond Apparel, a fully owned subsidiary of Raymond, will launch a Color Plus sub-brand to build up its repertoire...