Tuesday, 8 September 2015

Hidesign Launches Women’s Footwear

Founded in 1978, Hidesign, India’s leading luxury leather brand is set to step into the women’s footwear market after a successful launch of men’s shoes earlier this year. The women’s footwear range aims to bridge the gap in the industry between glamour and comfort.

Hidesign shoes are completely leather lined and since the leather is vegetable not chrome tanned, it is much healthier for your feet which are in constant touch with the leather as you work all day. Shoes with complete leather lining are rare to find in today’s world, where brands opt for cost cutting materials like canvas or synthetics. The natural leather also ensures that your feet breathe and the shoe is both flexible and comfortable.

Dilip Kapur, President, Hidesign says, “Indian women are sophisticated, successful and savvy. They not only find pride in their families but also in themselves which they express through their jobs and style. Hidesign bags with their bold naturalness have been a statement of this feeling of power for many years; we now see our shoes filling a similar role for the young, independent woman.”

The range has 10 styles and 21 SKU's. The company will launch its shoes at the top nine exclusive stores in India as well as online.

With a global presence, the group has become one of the first Indian brands to be retailed at premium international outlets – House of Fraser in the UK, Myers and David Jones in Australia, Stuttafords in South Africa, Parksons in Vietnam and Robinsons and Isetan in South-East Asia. Hidesign has grown to 84 exclusive stores and a distribution network in 25 countries. In India, the collection is available at all exclusive Hidesign outlets and leading retail stores like Shoppers Stop, Lifestyle and Central, and ecommerce portals Amazon, Flipkart, Myntra, Jabong and Snapdeal.
http://news.franchiseindia.com/Hidesign-Launches-Women-s-Footwear-6061/

 
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