E-tailer Amazon India has replaced Wills Lifestyle as the lead sponsor of India Fashion Week. The first Amazon India Fashion Week (AIFW) will be held from March 25-to-29 at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi.
“With Amazon.in, we have an association that’s committed towards building a robust alliance, a solid workable business module, one that is aligned with Fashion Design Council of India’s (FDCI) long-term vision to amplify the business of fashion,” asserts FDCI president Sunil Sethi.
“Our fashion portfolio plays a key role to be the most customer-centric company in India. We work hard to meet the varying tastes and style preferences of all our customers by providing a broad selection of designers and brands so that customers can easily and instantly find and buy exactly what they are looking for,” says Vikas Purohit, head of fashion at Amazon India.
“Likewise, we believe we have the opportunity to partner with designers and brands to leverage the power of technology and provide unique experiences for their new-generation customers across India and globally. Already Amazon Fashion is among the top three categories on Amazon.in. We are very excited with our association with FDCI and are gearing up for the upcoming Amazon India Fashion Week,” adds Purohit.
According to a report by the United Nations, the fashion industry accountsFebruary 18, 2021 | By Shruthi Nair
The jewellery making industry has been under tremendous scrutiny over the yearsFebruary 11, 2021 | By Shruthi Nair
UAE-based Carrefour will become the first retailer in the region to offer new levels
The Organic Farmers’ Market is back in Bay Avenue for its 12th
UAE-based Lulu Group recently inaugurated its first-ever all-female staff store in Jeddah,
Jones the Grocer, the gourmet grocer and cheese retailer launches the Jones
UAE-based Al Maya Supermarkets is hosting a two-week food festival at select
Locally-owned supermarket Spinneys has launched its ‘Power of Plants’ initiative in the
Carrefour UAE has launched “Cookit Yourself” — a curated recipe box created
UAE-based Al Islami Foods, one of the largest frozen food companies in
Marks & Spencer’s plant-based range now offers over 25 vegan products including meat-free
World’s largest fully integrated online brand in fresh fish and meat e-commerce
Homegrown, organic and plant milk company, Koita has announced its expansion into
Retailers in the Middle East are making strides in their multichannel offerings,
Gulf Marketing Group (GMG) is gearing up for a continued surge in
Blush & Bloom, an online maternity boutique that provides maternity, nursing, and
Abu-Dhabi based Rizek, the first app for on-demand home services in the
It is impossible for any retailer to survive without e-commerce capabilities, according
The unprecedented challenges of 2020 made way for the untapped opportunities that
GCC-based noon.com, the homegrown digital marketplace, announced its biggest ever Yellow Friday Sale
A new UAE e-commerce platform, Flip19.com, goes live in Dubai. The site
British quality grocery retailer Waitrose & Partners launched its first e-commerce platform
The COVID-19 pandemic has forever changed online shopping behaviours, according to a
Swedish fashion retailer H&M Group adopts an integrated approach to grow, amid