Topshop, Topman to make India entry through Jabong

Mumbai, Sep 22 (IANS) India has certainly turned out to be the big market for many international fashion and lifestyle brands. British fashion brands Topshop and Topman are set to enter the country through e-commerce company Jabong.com.

Jabong.com announced its partnership with leading fashion retailer, the Arcadia Group Ltd., which sees covetable British fashion brands officially entering Indian market, here on Thursday.

“We are thrilled to have power players Topshop and Topman as additions to Jabong’s premium fashion brand portfolio,” says Praveen Sinha, managing director and co-founder, Jabong.com.

“Building on our growing partnership with Arcadia Group Ltd., we continue to bring the best of global fashion to India and it gives us immense pride to offer the most sought after labels to our customers,” he added.

Both the brands will debut on Jabong.com with their autumn winter 2015 collections.

The Topshop collection encapsulates a bohemian, ‘70s-inspired mood and features laid-back, effortless pieces in an array of autumnal colours and floral motifs across clothing, shoes and accessories while The Topman collection is influenced by the 1990s, travel, exploration and military trends and styling.

In the past, Jabong has brought brands like Dorothy Perkins, Miss Selfridge, River Island, Sisters’ Point, Burton, G Star Raw, Miss Bennett London, Tom Tailor, Bugatti Shoes, to India.

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