DLF’s Chanakya mall in Delhi, seems to be the the retail space selected and according to sources, a letter of intent has been signed between the brands and DLF, although the lease deed is awaited.
Designer Alexander McQueen’s eponymous label, founded in 1992, has stores in the US, UK, France, the UAE, Turkey, Singapore, China, Italy, Japan, Austria, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia and the Russian Federation. It retails ready-to-wear men’s and women’s apparel, besides bags, shoes and other accessories like wallets, scarves and jewellery.
In December 2000, Kering had acquired 51% in the company and appointed the designer as its creative director. Although McQueen committed suicide in 2010, Kering said the company would continue investing in the brand.
YSL, founded in 1961 by Yves Saint Laurent and his partner Pierre Berge, sells ready-to-wear men’s wear and women’s wear, leather goods, shoes, jewellery and eyewear. It has stores in markets like the US, UK, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, Turkey and the UAE. In the first half of 2018, Kering reported consolidated revenue of euro 6,432 million.
So ladies, 2019 just got more interesting for our wardrobes..!!
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