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Springfield opens India’s third store in Chennai

By Satarupa Chakraborty | April 24, 2018

Tablez Group, the brand partner of Spanish brand Springfield in India and Sri Lanka, has opened the brand’s third store in the country at Chennai, with a retail design donning an industrial look. Springfield will soon open stores in Pune and Hyderabad.

Tablez, part of LuLu Group International, has recently opened the store of Spanish fashion brand Springfield in Chennai. The brand is owned by Tendam, a leading Spanish fashion retail group with a presence in over 89 countries. Tablez - with diverse interests in fashion, speciality retail, and F&B - holds the master franchise rights for Springfield in India and Sri Lanka.

The newly launched Springfield store is located at the city’s premium retail destination, Palladium Mall, Velachery. The store is designed with industrial touches in an urban setting and mood lighting to create a cozy and warm atmosphere. 

Springfield is a popular casual wear lifestyle brand with presence in 850 stores across 70  countries. The first Springfield store in India opened in Bangalore last year.  The brand has disclosed their plan to retail through a mix of large format flagship stores and exclusive brand outlets in India. 

On the occasion of the launch, Adeeb Ahamed, Managing Director, Tablez, said, “We are excited to open the first outlet of Springfield in Chennai. We are hugely encouraged by the response from our existing stores in Bangalore and Mumbai. Our target customers have appreciated the brand offerings, which will align perfectly with fashion-conscious youth in Chennai as well. With the market positioning of affordable casual lifestyle brand, Springfield aims to reach out to a growing market in India that aspires for quality clothing. Apart from our expansion plans in Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore, we will soon launch in markets like Hyderabad and Pune.”

 

 

 

 

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