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Madura to project Louise Philippe as lifestyle brand through large format stores
Posted On: 14-03-2012 02:52:16 AM

The Madura Fashion and Lifestyle’s menswear brand Louis Philippe is getting a makeover, and plans to grow aggressively as a lifestyle brand through large format stores during the next fiscal. The large 5,000 sqft stores would have the mother brand Louis Philippe, sub-brands LP and Luxure and all accessories of the brands like ties, belts, socks and footwear. The company plans to open about 15 large stores across the country next fiscal. Last year, Louise Philippe launched its footwear range for men. The company is planning to start 20 exclusive outlets for footwear in the next three years. By the end of the current financial year, Madura Fashion & Lifestyle would have 120 stores and close with revenues (at retail prices) of Rs 900 crore.

 
 
 

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