By Andy Sambidge
Fine Fair says it plans to open 200 outlets of its Kair children's fashion brand by 2015
UAE-based Fine Fair has said it has plans to open 200 outlets of its Kair children's fashion brand by 2015.
With 21 shops in the UAE and Bahrain, the company said another 20 are set to open in south India within the next few months.
Fine Fair is also targeting retail markets in the United States with locations in New York, Orlanda, Washington DC, Dallas, San Diego & Chicago already earmarked for expansion.
Added to that is a plan to set up a global design studio in Paris, the heart of the world's fashion industry, the company said in a statement.
Ismayel Rawther, MD, Fine Fair, said: "Quality is the lifeblood of our business and what propels it forward is the value for money proposition that we deliver, always.
"We control the process right from the cotton ginning stage till the time the garment reaches our store shelves to ensure that our customers get to wear clothes that are eco friendly and made from the very finest cotton fabric."
He added that the company is setting up a textile township in south India over a 300 acre area with schools, hospitals, residences with an investment of AED400m.
"This is a small way of giving back to society. When our customers come to know of our community obligations, they feel happy that they are wearing clothes made by a Group that truly cares for society," said Rawther.
It is a great vision and forsightedness of Mr. Rawther, good quality and fair price with eco friendly production is a novel concept, which will be accepted any where in the world for sure.
we wish fine fair all the best...
India has immence potentaial in garment retail sector and the economy is robust, purchasing power of the middle class is growing day by day. we wellcome Fine Fair to India.