Reliance Retail launches fashion & lifestyle chain Reliance Centro

Reliance Retail launches fashion & lifestyle chain Reliance Centro

The largest retailer in India, Reliance Retail, today announced the opening of Reliance Centro, a format for a fashion and leisure department store. Today in Delhi’s Vasant Kunj, the first Reliance Centro store opened for business.

By expanding its reach and connecting with Indian consumers, Reliance Centro hopes to democratise fashion in that country. It offers over 300 Indian and foreign brands in categories like clothes, footwear, cosmetics, lingerie, sporting, luggage, and accessories.

For women, men, and children, the firm stated that it wants to “strengthen its reach and connect with consumers in India in categories ranging from apparel, footwear, cosmetics, lingerie, sportswear to luggage and accessories with over 300 Indian and international brands”.

The main services offered by Reliance Centro have been carefully chosen to make it the go-to place for all fashion-conscious mid-premium category customers. Reliance Centro will cater to the changing tastes of New Delhi’s fashionistas and satisfy their demand for high-definition clothing for all seasons and age groups.

The Reliance Centro shop in Vasant Kunj embraces contemporary design and atmosphere, offering a diverse selection of high-quality and fashionable goods that are relevant to modern consumers. Reliance Centro is the go-to fashion destination for all demands thanks to the extensive range of brands and style alternatives accessible across important lifestyle categories. The portfolio is created to cater to every occasion, including weddings, festivals, and celebrations.

Reliance Retail, a division of Reliance Industries, has announced the opening of Reliance retail Centro, a fashion and lifestyle department store chain that would target clients in the mid-premium market. Tuesday saw the opening of the first Centro location in Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. Future Group’s department store model, “Central,” will be replaced by Reliance Centro, which RIL will take over after the cash-strapped company managed by Kishore Biyani forfeited the property to the Mukesh Ambani-run firm after failing to make lease payments. RIL had agreed to pay ₹24,700 crore for the Future Group companies, but the deal collapsed due to opposition from Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer and a shareholder in one of the Future Retail promoter companies.

Customers in Delhi may now anticipate an exceptional shopping experience for contemporary clothing with a large selection of goods catering to Women, Men, and Children.

This 75,000-square-foot store, the only one of its kind in the area, is a full-service department store with over 300 brands and over 20,000 fashion alternatives for every member of the family.

In addition to offering fantastic, current apparel at unbelievable costs, this new shopping location also provides a special first-time offer for its patrons. The first-time offer is to save Rs. 1500 on purchases up to Rs. 3999 or to save Rs. 2000 on purchases up to Rs. 4999.

“Reliance Centro is aimed at democratising fashion in India, by strengthening its reach and connect with consumers in India – right from categories like apparel, footwear, cosmetics, lingerie, sportswear to luggage and accessories with over 300 Indian and international brands,” Reliance Retail said in a statement.

The CEO of Reliance Retail Ventures is Isha Ambani. Gap Inc. and Reliance Retail announced their partnership to introduce the American fashion label to India in July. The multi-brand Sephora franchise in India is another target for the business, which is owned by LVMH, a luxury retailer. The master franchise rights for India are now held by Arvind Fashions, a firm that collaborates with Sephora. The multi-brand beauty products chain Sephora is owned by LVMH, a manufacturer of upscale goods. In addition to USPA, Tommy Hilfiger, Flying Machine, Arrow, and Calvin Klein, Arvind Fashions also manages these brands in India.

Reliance Brands (RBL), a division of RRVL, had earlier announced that it had acquired the master franchise for the network of organic and fresh-food restaurants Pret A Manger. The company, which was founded in London in 1986, has 550 stores worldwide and operates in nine regions. For the fiscal year that concluded on March 31, RRVL recorded a consolidated turnover of Rs 1.99 trillion.

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