Published on Wednesday, 04 September 2013 19:19
Van Heusen outlet in Parkson Department Store
Van Heusen, US top-selling menswear brand, has opened its first outlet in Myanmar at the Parkson Departmental Store, FMI Centre in the commercial city Yangon, according to VH Myanmar Ltd.
There are rapid changes taking place in Myanmar. To serve the market need for quality and reliable clothing brands, Van Heusen has entered Myanmar, accordign to a statement from Van Heusen.
Van Heusen earlier appointed VH Myanmar as their representative in Myanmar. More Van Heusen stores will be opened in Mandalay, Nay Pyi Taw and other major cities, said VH Myanmar.
“To keep abreast of international trends, Van Heusen’s latest products and services are now available,” said She Hwa Tong, Managing Director of VH Myanmar.
Van Huesen’s clothes are manufactured using high technologies. As the post-purchase service, Van Heusen said they will repair and mend free of charge those damaged or torn Van Heusen shirts and trousers.
“We have come here to encourage Myanmar people’s dreams come true. Myanmar is now re-engaged with the global community. There are many economic and investment opportunities in Myanmar,” said a spokesperson from Van Heusen.
Van Heusen, established since 1881, is the top-notch brand at the menswear markets in India, Australia and other Southeast Asian nations. It is a subsidiary of PVH Corporation that owns many famous clothing brands such as Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, IZOD, Arrow and G. H. Bass.
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