Mas­simo Dutti re­cently an­nounced the open­ing of its new­est global con­cept store at Se­lect Ci­ty­walk, New Delhi. This marks the first Mas­simo Dutti store in In­dia and the new store will house wom­enswear, menswear, footwear and ac­ces­sories. The new Mas­simo Dutti store con­cept is based on a pro­gres­sive evo­lu­tion of the orig­i­nal bou­tique style. The change is based pri­mar­ily on fin­ishes and shapes that aim for warmer, more con­tem­po­rary spa­ces and en­vi­ron­ments. Wal­nut wood, brass, leather and dark mar­ble are the dom­i­nant ma­te­ri­als in the new ar­chi­tec­tural de­sign that blends mod­ern lines and clas­sic de­tails - the sig­na­ture of Mas­simo Dutti. Qual­ity lies at the heart of the Mas­simo Dutti col­lec­tions and this is ever true for Spring Sum­mer 16 along­side im­pec­ca­ble cuts and fin­ishes. The whole new sea­son col­lec­tion will be avail­able at the new Se­lect Ci­ty­walk store.

Mas­simo Dutti was cre­ated in 1985 in Spain, and was orig­i­nally lim­ited to menswear. In 1995, it launched its first wom­enswear col­lec­tion, with a va­ri­ety of styles from ca­sual to so­phis­ti­cated and time­less. To­day, it has a com­mer­cial pres­ence in 73 coun­tries be­tween Europe, Amer­ica and Asia with over 755 stores. The chain be­longs to the In­di­tex Group, one of the largest fash­ion re­tail­ers in the world with over 7,013 stores in 88 mar­kets. In ad­di­tion to Mas­simo Dutti, In­di­tex owns seven other fash­ion chains: Zara, Pull&Bear, Ber­shka, Stradi­var­ius, Oysho, Zara Home and Uterqüe.

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