Stefano Ricci enters Indian market
Stefano Ricci Enters Indian Market. The exclusive Italian international ultra-luxury fashion and lifestyle brand, STEFANO RICCI, has launched its flagship store in Taj Mahal Palace Hotel , Mumbai.
The exclusive Italian international ultra-luxury fashion and lifestyle brand, STEFANO RICCI, has launched its flagship store in Taj Mahal Palace Hotel , Mumbai.
The boutique, featuring a subtle blend of contemporary style and mid-century elements, is spread across a sprawling 2500 sq. ft. in one of the prime locations in the city. The luxury store houses the brand's most unique and exclusive products that include a wide range of menswear-suits, dress shirts, casual shirts, jeans, polo shirts, casual wear and neckties, in addition to bags and accessories made from the finest exotic leather.
Speaking on the occasion, designer Stefano Ricci said, "I am proud to open my first boutique in India, after having served, in over 40 years of activity, an international clientele made-up of many members of the Indian elite".
In India, STEFANO RICCI is being headed by Jackie Manglani, who also commented on the launch and said, "India has come a long way in the fashion world today and people do appreciate high quality products. Stefano Ricci is all about expert craftsmanship and he strives for perfection in whatever he does."
The company founded by the Florentine designer in 1972, now has over 43 mono-brand boutiques worldwide and the store concept is divided into 3 broad sections- The STEFANO RICCI menswear, STEFANO RICCI home decor and STEFANO RICCI Bespoke section. It has expanded its line to include the STEFANO RICCI Royal Suite Collection, in constant evolution, covering various types of products: porcelain and crystal dinner services, silverware, furnishing accessories, luxury linens and leather goods.
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