10/04/2012 (press release: OnlinePR) // Rare London
Fashion Finder, the fashion house for the online women’s clothing retailer Rare London, has opened new offices in China to further its growth.
The fashion house, which also owns the brands Opulence England, Paprika and Coco’s Fortune along with Rare London, has experienced continued growth throughout 2012 and has now made the decision to branch out into mainland China with new offices.
John Quinn, CEO of Fashion Finder, said: “This investment will enable the company to take advantage of the massive growth potential within Asia, Japan and Australasia and will enable us to offer those customers a bespoke service direct from our manufacturing plants in China.”
Mr Quinn also commented on the fact that Fashion Finder aims to increase its exportation rate to Asia, Japan and Australasia by up to forty per cent year on year, in an attempt to increase the fashion house’s brands worldwide.
The fashion house also has plans to supply the United States, South America and Canada with Fashion Finder clothing via partner factories located in China, with whom the company has seen increased loyalty thanks to its move into China.
Despite the fact that the fashion house will be increasing its size, Mr Quinn explained that the level of UK production operations will not decrease. Work with in the UK is seen as the primary objective for the fashion house, as this will assist it in its plans to expand its base throughout Europe. Fashion Finder currently has distributors in Scandinavia, Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and Belgium.
Those interested in finding out more about Fashion Finder’s brands can visit the Rare London website now, where many different kinds of Rare London dresses and other clothing types can be purchased. Fashion Finder ensures its brands are kept up to date with the latest trends, with Rare strappy fringe dress styles and bodycon dress styles being key to the Rare London brand recently.
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