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May 16-31, 2019

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Stories based on industry rumours can invite strong reactions… Triburg is one such story that kept our AO editorial team busy with numerous calls and messages from not just present and past employees, but also from the stalwarts of the industry, denying the facts presented. Team AO was invited to the Triburg office and shown the various initiatives that the company has taken to prepare for the future. Tarun Bakshi, CEO of Triburg, is confident that the company will be a US $ 1 billion entity by the end of FY 2022.

Be it policy disclosure or action on the ground level with regard to transparency and sustainability, customers in particular from the western world want to know ‘who made their clothes’. Team AO in their ‘Sustainability’ pages unravels Fashion Transparency Index 2019 that has created a buzz across the globe.

Plus-size women’s clothing has recently gone popular in India’s retail market and is estimated to capture business worth US $ 5-6 billion by 2020. FabAlley is one such home-bred brand that has taken this category rather seriously and launched garments in sizes XL to 4XL through its sub-brand ‘Curve’. Today the share of ‘Curve’ products on the FabAlley website is 30-35%.

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