Marks & Spencer (M&S), the iconic British retailer, is continuing to grow its presence in South India with the opening of its first store in Coimbatore today. The new store at Brookefields Mall on Krishnaswamy Road is M&S’s 13th store to open in South India and its 46th store in India.
Trading from 9,500 square feet, the new store at Bookefields Malloffers customers an inspiring, international shopping experience, showcasing M&S’s exceptional quality, stylish spring collections across Menswear, Womenswear and Lingerie.
In Menswear, the store offers a range of everyday trousers priced at Rs 1499 onwards, as well as clever product innovations such as water and stain-repellent Stormwear™ chinos priced at Rs. 1999 and Cotton Rich Quick Iron Shirts starting from Rs. 1399.
In Womenswear, decorative prints to sleek utilitarian lines dominates the tone of the Spring 15 collection. Trend-led wearable fashion pieces including the Indigo Pure Cotton Floral Bomber Jacket priced at Rs. 4999 and M&S Collection casual tops starting Rs. 599, popular wardrobe staples like pull on jeggings at Rs. 1699 while innovative ranges like the sculpt and lift denims start at Rs. 1899. Popular wardrobe staples like the classic M&S Collection Linen shirts priced at Rs. 1999 will also be available at the store.
Commenting on the opening of the new store, Venu Nair, Managing Director of Marks & Spencer Reliance India, said: “Growing our presence across South India is an important part of our ongoing strategy to build a leadership position in India. Following the success our recently opened stores in Hyderabad and our continued popularity of our stores in Chennai, we’re delighted to bring our exceptional quality, innovative and stylish clothing to customer in Coimbatore for the first time.”
Marks & Spencer is one of the UK’s leading retailers, selling high quality, great value clothing and home products, as well as outstanding quality food. Marks & Spencer was established in 1884 and currently has over 840 UK stores and over 480 international stores across 59 markets in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.