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Delhi Treated With All Things American

The iconic American high-street brand, GAP, celebrated the launch of itsflagship store at Select Citywalk with a theme bash titled, the All American Evening.

Published: 31st May 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st May 2015 08:39 AM   |  A+A-

The iconic American high-street brand, GAP, celebrated the launch of itsflagship store at Select Citywalk with a theme bash titled, the All American Evening. The brand, introduced in India by the Arvind group, offers GAP Kids, Baby GAP and GAP’s men’s and women’s range. The launch bash had a preview of their summer 2015 collection too.

Delhi Treated3.jpgThe evening was hosted by Kulin Lalbhai of Arvind and publicist, Soni Mahdi Aggarwal. Keeping the American flavour on for the evening was a band that belted out cult yankee pop, while mini hot dogs and hamburgers did the rounds.

GAP is popular in India, and Oliver Kaye, the business head for GAP, India has high expectations from the countries markets. Seen at the bash were Arjun Sharma of Select Citywalk, designers Rina Dhaka, Nainika Karan, Nida Mahmood, and FDCI’s Sunil Sethi. Selena and Ajay Bijli were also there with Gaurav Karan, Ameeta Seth and Vidushi Mehra.

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